Uma Fox is a sophomore in the Politics Department’s Program on Race, Ethnicity, Identity and Politics with minors in History and South Asian Studies. She has lived independently in Hong Kong and studied abroad in India. These experiences left her passionate about human rights law and the dynamics of identity-based social movements. Uma previously worked as an intern for Congressman Jamie Raskin and as a student organizer with the It Gets Better Project. At Princeton, she serves as the chair of the Undergraduate Student Government’s Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Committee and as a research assistant with Princeton’s Bridging Divides Initiative. Uma researched post-conflict democracy development as an intern with the National Forum for Colombia in Bogotá, Colombia. Her interests include comparative South Asian legal studies, human rights law and global politics pertaining to social movements.