Saisha is a junior majoring in International Political Economy with a certificate in Women and Gender Studies. Coming from an Indian immigrant background, Saisha has always been fascinated by global affairs and issues. She is currently working with Professor Jenny Guardado on various political economy papers. With a knowledge of both Spanish and Hindi, Saisha hopes her research leads her to Latin America or India with a focus on migration, gender issues, and economic development. Growing up in Atlanta, Georgia, she has working closely with the undocumented and Asian-American community and hope to expand her efforts to a national and international level. She recently presented research on Dadaab, Kenya and spoke on a panel of international migration at the Jesuit University Humanitarian Action Network Conference. She continues this work on campus as a peer advisor for Professor Smith's Pro-Seminar on Migration in Africa and as the Civil Rights Undersecretary with GUSA's Federal Relation Committee. Saisha also is the Captain of GU Jawani, is a Rangila choreographer, works with Innovo Consulting, and is a Blue and Gray tour guide. She hopes to bring in her passion for social justice issues into her future research projects and academic pursuits.