Through coaching and creating digital content, Savannah works directly with students to mobilize their communities to take action to disrupt the cultural norms that promote gender-based violence. She enjoys meeting students where they are in their activism journey and using their interests, talents, and creativity to transform harmful practices in innovative ways. Savannah is a graduate of sunny UCLA, where she studied globalization and gender studies. While on campus, she created a national sexual violence prevention organization and advocated for holistic and inclusive changes to how universities address gender-based violence. Savannah attends Columbia University’s graduate program in human rights. She also loves dogspotting, petting other people’s dogs, and reading graphic novels.
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