I’m Rebecca, a co-terminal master’s student in Religious Studies, and I completed my undergraduate degree in Psychology with minors in Economics and Religious Studies. I’m passionate about public health issues and wrote my senior thesis on how our stigmatization of mental illness affects support for mental health policy. This year, I’m exploring the ethical dimensions of public health issues with a master’s thesis on prenatal testing for genetically based disorders by looking at how different thinkers in religious and philosophical ethics approach these new advances. This past summer, I was at Yale researching another issue in ethics: the development of moral reasoning in children. Daniel and I met as founders of the Stanford Journal of Public Health, and I’ve also been involved in the Stanford Association for International Development (SAID), Stanford Women in Business (SWIB), and way too many other student groups with 4-letter acronyms. In my spare time, I love reading dystopian novels, watching documentaries, and going to outdoor music festivals.