Sofia Abramsky-Sze is a second-year majoring in Psychology and minoring in Public Policy. She is interested in the intersection of mental health and public policy, especially in relation to gender-based violence and international humanitarian aid. Her research interests concern community-wide trauma, the psychological consequences of forced migration, and systemic violence against women and children. In the past, Sofia has worked on legislative policy at the state and local level. In the future, she hopes to attend graduate school and work as a clinical psychologist. Outside of her academic pursuits, she enjoys cooking vegan food, spending time with friends, and going to concerts.
- Human Rights/Norms