Nina Gohel is a senior studying Political Science and Planning and Public Policy, with minors in Economics and Philosophy, and a certification in PPE (Philosophy, Politics, and Economics). Nina is a member of the Rutgers’ School of Arts & Sciences Honors Program, Douglass Residential College, and the Eagleton Institute’s Undergraduate Associates Program. At Rutgers, Nina has served as the Student Body Vice-President, where she actively worked to advocate for and address problems concerning the Rutgers’ student body and surrounding local communities. Nina has also served as an elected representative to the Executive Board of the Association of Big 10 Students (ABTS), Rutgers Board of Trustees, and the President’s Student Advisory Committee. In these positions, Nina has been a strong champion for marginalized voices; it is her hope to make all spaces as inclusive and welcoming as possible for everyone. Outside of Rutgers, Nina has spent time with the International Leadership Foundation, US Environmental Protection Agency, and US Department of the Interior, working to increase the representation of AAPI youth in government. Fascinated by the world of policy and government relations, and law, Nina hopes to continue working in these fields after graduation.