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Mirelle Raza, Class of 2015

Mirelle Raza, 2015, double-majored in Women’s & Gender Studies and Sociology. She is now a Victim Advocate at San Francisco District Attorney's Office.

What is your overall impression of the WGST academic program?

Eye opening, rich, and impactful. I developed a new perspective about goals, society, and my own identity.

How do you believe completing a WGST major has helped you professionally?

The professors and discussions I was exposed to helped me find focus and passion insocial justice- and articulate why I find certain issues important. I was able to take part in a number of internships through the WGST program, one of which became the job Idreamed about getting post-grad, 2 years later that dream has become a reality.

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