Soror Charleene (Spring 17) spent her time at GW majoring in Human Services and Social Justice while minoring in Sociology. She enjoys working with young people and is an advocate for underprivileged youth and women of color. Charleene completed her honors thesis on the reproductive freedoms of young Black women whom have historically been marginalized within the reproductive health care industry. Following the presentation of her research, she was awarded the Honey Nashman Community Engaged research prize and the Global Women’s Institute prize at GW Research Days. One of the highlights of Charleene’s college career was furthering her studies in Christchurch, New Zealand at the University of Canterbury. Charleene will be attending The University of Notre Dame Law School in fall 2017.