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My name is Becca Miller and I am a senior double majoring in Social Justice and Social Policy (through the Interdisciplinary Independent Major) and Sociology as well as minoring in Women and Gender Studies. My academic interests focus on the intersectionality of race, class, and gender and policy around those subjects. At Brandeis, I am also the President of Students Organized Against Racism and have been involved in the acapella scene as well! Last year, I studied abroad in Chile with a specific social justice program. I was involved in the student movement for free and just education. I also completed a mini-thesis project studying how gender norms are replicated through their education system. Since the end of last spring, I have interned with NARAL Pro-Choice Massachusetts doing electoral and legislative work. Through this I've gotten hands-on experience working with constituents, politicians, non-profits, lobbyists and others all involved in policy change and advocacy. My studies of social justice at Brandeis have been monumental in my path towards actually connecting my school life to a career. The Social Justice Social Policy program is really great way to exhibit your passion for justice through your academics. I'm really excited to be your UDR for SJSP so feel free to get in touch with me if you have any questions about SJSP at Brandeis! Contact me at email@example.com