Savannah is a senior at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in North Carolina. She is majoring in Public Policy and Peace, War, and Defense and is interested in atrocity prevention, human rights, international criminal law, transitional justice, and conflict resolution. She has spent time in Bosnia-Herzegovina, Chile, Jordan, Nepal, and Rwanda and is dedicated to studying the ways in which conflict manifests itself in society. She is a Co-Chair of UNC's Coalition for Human Rights, writes for an on-campus political review, and is currently working on a research project examining the United Nations "Responsibility to Protect" norm. In her free time, Savannah loves to go to local concerts, scout out new restaurants, spend time outdoors, read the news, and play board games. This is Savannah's second year with as a Campus Organizer. She is looking forward to working in both DC and her home communities to encourage the manufacture, sale, and use of conflict-free products.