Vanisha Kudumuri is a second-year economics, international affairs and political science major with a minor in women’s studies and a certificate in legal studies. After graduation, she would like to pursue a career in women’s rights or reproductive rights law, potentially working for a public interest organization. As a Legislative Fellow, she hopes to learn more about Georgia politics, reproductive and menstrual equity and herself. Beyond the fellowship, Vanisha also conducts research with Dr. Laura Zimmermann and has held several positions with UGA’s Student Government Association and Georgia Political Review. She also serves as an advocate with University Judiciary and a Public Service and Outreach Scholar. Previously, Vanisha has worked with the ACLU of Georgia, the National Asian Pacific American Women’s Forum and the Fulton County State Court. In her free time, she loves to knit.