Ali Marvin

Job title: 
Class of 2024
2024 Washington Fellowship - Spring
Placement: Committee on Rules, U.S. House of Representatives
Placement Location: Washington, D.C.

Ali has been a lifelong advocate of social justice. Having experienced years of childhood homelessness, she intimately grasps the influence of money on human life. By elementary school, Ali was able to recognize the evilness of capitalism and aspired to dismantle it. Now, as a young adult, she has completed her requirements for a major in Legal Studies and a minor in Race and Law, reflecting her passion for law, public health, and African American studies. Her ambition is to instigate significant change by eradicating childhood homelessness and advocating for socialism. Ali aims to comprehend the language and strategies of politicians and influential figures in DC, with the ultimate goal if blending in, effecting change, and eventually surpassing them. UCDC serves as an educational experience to integrate herself into the political sphere and to comprehend the reasons behind the lack of substantial change. Ali has consistently been a catalyst for change and encourages everyone to make a positive impact, no matter how small, within their communities today.

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Major: Legal Studies