Alejandra Rocha (SFS'21) is a senior from Mexico City and Brownsville, Texas, studying science, technology, and international affairs in the School of Foreign Service. She is concentrating on international security and double minoring in religion, ethics, and world affairs and Jewish civilization. Her interests include counterterrorism intelligence, international human rights law, and journalism. Alejandra is currently exploring these interests through the study of religion, literature, violence, and power. At the Berkley Center, she works as a research assistant for Senior Research Fellow Rev. Gerald McGlone.