Originally from Washington, DC, Zoe is a rising junior at Connecticut College double majoring in dance and psychology. She is interested in learning about the intersection between learning disabilities and mental health. During the summer she worked as an Eye to Eye fellow and created a guidebook for neurodiverse students transitioning from K-12 to higher education with a mental health focus. She also interned for Active Minds, a nonprofit that works to end the stigma around mental health for college age students. She is excited to be apart of the Young Adult Leadership Council. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with family, dancing, and hiking in the woods.
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