Srina is originally from the New England area but currently lives in Frederick, MD. She is double-majoring in Political Science and African and African Diaspora Studies on the Pre-Law track. She is passionate about social justice, Black feminism, and mental health advocacy, especially for women of color on campus. During her time at Boston College and beyond, Srina hopes to promote the advancement of vulnerable and marginalized populations. Her driving force is to give voice to underserved communities by working within political and educational power systems to change repressive mechanisms.
On-campus, Srina is involved in Haitian Association, F.I.S.T.S. dance team, UGBC AHANA+ Leadership Council, and the Gabelli Presidential Scholars Program. She also has an interest in film and video production as a form of self-expression and storytelling. Outside of the Women’s Center, she enjoys exploring campus or Boston with friends, listening to music, and reminiscing about her favorite Disney Channel Original Movies. She hopes to contribute to creating a safe and inclusive space for all students through her work at the Women’s Center.