Student Delegates

The mission of the ENACT Student Delegate is to foster civic engagement on the college campus and to facilitate engagement and interaction with ENACT students and alumni around the country.

ENACT Student Delegates mentor and collaborate with members of campus clubs to help them become more effective citizen advocates at the state legislative level.

Read more about ENACT Student Delegates from 2017-18 and 2018-19 here

Student Delegate - 2019-20

Zosia Busé (Brandeis University, Class of 2020)


Zosia Busé is rising senior at Brandeis University, pursuing a major in International and Global Studies, and a triple-minor in Peace, Conflict, and Coexistence Studies, Legal Studies, and Social Justice/Social Policy.

This past spring, she advocated for Bill S.825/H.3420, “An Act to Promote Public Safety and Better Outcomes for Young Adults” colloquially known as “Raise the Age.” This bill allowed her to dive head first into criminal justice reform, and gain valuable experience working with legislators, neuroscientists, coalitions, and other changemakers. This experience motivated her to pursue joint law school programs with a focus in public policy.

Along with her work as the ENACT Delegate, she is also very involved in many intriguing extracurricular organizations. She works with ‘DEIS Impact, the week-long festival of social justice at Brandeis. She is also the Senior Undergraduate Representative to the Board of Trustees, a Community Advisor, and the Undergraduate Departmental Representative for the Peace, Conflict, and Coexistence Studies program.

In her role as ENACT delegate, Zosia is hoping to build a stronger network among the ENACT schools and facilitate connections between students and professors with mutual interests.


ENACT: The Educational Network for Active Civic Transformation is a new national program to engage young people in state-level legislative change. Students enrolled in courses taught by ENACT faculty fellows at colleges and universities in or near state capitals around the country are learning how to work with advocacy organizations, legislators and legislative staff members to advance policy. For more information, visit