Beverly Harp is a junior at George Mason University studying Global Affairs. Her research is in development policy and climate change mitigation in South Asia. She has spent the past two summers as a Critical Language Scholar in Jaipur, India. While there, she worked with women at the Shakti Stamb Short Stay Home. Beverly hopes to work to elevate women’s voices in governance, and in environmental policy making in particular. She is also a proud member of the Roosevelt Institute and current intern at the Heinrich Böll Foundation.