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Sarah Craig

2022 ESJ Fellow

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Sarah Craig (SFS’23) is an undergraduate student in the School of Foreign Service, majoring in culture and politics and minoring in Italian and creative writing. As a first-generation student from Metro Detroit, Sarah has found community on campus with both the Community Scholars Program and the Georgetown Scholars Program (GSP). On campus, she works with the GSP Student Board to advocate for visibility and equity for first-generation, low-income students at Georgetown. She also serves as the opinion editor for the Georgetown Voice, where she often writes about education and mental health. Sarah is a strong believer in students prioritizing their mental well-being and is interested in analyzing higher education through a disability studies perspective. In her free time, Sarah enjoys reading, bullet journaling, and re-watching her favorite TV shows. She is also a 2022 Education and Social Justice Fellow.

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