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Kimberly Davila is a junior concentrating in political science. At Brown, she is a research assistant at the Taubman Center for American Politics and Policy focusing on applied education policy. Previously, Kim interned for Rhode Island Governor Gina Raimondo and at the Rhode Island Commission for Human Rights. This past summer she interned at the Legal Aid Foundation of Los Angeles as an Arthur Liman Undergraduate Public Interest Fellow through Yale Law School where she helped serve Los Angeles’ most vulnerable populations. She is interested in learning more about the intersection between law and public policy, especially as it relates to social justice. After graduation, Kim hopes to pursue a joint degree program to obtain a law degree and a masters in public policy.