Renae is currently working towards a Masters in Commerce and Economic Development. Her focus on economic development is about advancing the welfare of each global citizen through economic, political, and societal wellness, which also includes achieving sustainable human development. Additionally, she is an avid participant in community development and engagement: from participating in the Alternative Spring Break program, at Suffolk University (which allows students to engage in meaningful community service experiences during spring break), to volunteering her time with Habitat for Humanity, Cradles to Crayon, Pine Street Inn Homeless Shelter, The Food Bank, and so on. I volunteer with Nosapo because, I believe, life will always be at an imbalance until the world is just. Each individual has the complete right to opportunities and freedoms they believe will advance and improve their lives regardless of nationality, race, creed, etc. And Nosapo dares to inform people of these rights!