Neha Saju is pursuing a dual major in History and Political Science with minors in French and Women’s and Gender Studies. Neha is a Leadership Scholar with the Institute of Women’s Leadership, a Lloyd C. Gardner Fellow, and an Eagleton Undergraduate Associate. As an intern with the Center for American Women and Politics and the Center for Youth Political Participation, she helped design the RU Voting National Microsite (a national initiative to disseminate accurate election information). As an Aresty Research Assistant with Dr. Beth C. Rubin, she worked on The Civically Engaged Districts Project. She is the Chief Copy Editor of the Aresty Undergraduate Research Journal, Secretary of Pi Sigma Alpha (the political science honors society), and a correspondent for the Inside Beat section of The Daily Targum. She also led a first-year seminar on Law and Leadership in the Political Science Department. Neha is dedicated to service work. She has been a participant, site leader, and executive board member with the Rutgers University Alternative Breaks program and she has worked with the Rutgers Collaborative Center for Community Based Research and Service and Youth Empowerment Services, a community organization in New Brunswick. A lover of fantasy novels and language learning, Neha hopes to study law after graduating from the School of Arts & Sciences in 2022.