Savannah Rae is a fourth year undergraduate pursuing her BA in Psychology at UC Berkeley and works for the Haas Institute as a research assistant for the Network for Transformative Change. She also serves as a research assistant at UC Berkeley’s Psychology department where she’s completing her honor’s thesis on the effects of economic inequality on immigrant attitudes. Savannah started working as a research assistant at UC Berkeley in a lab that looks at the benefits of cross-racial relationships. Previously, she was a research assistant at UCSF who focused on the different ways people ethnically identify. Savannah enjoys volunteering for a mentor program for middle school girls through an organization she’s a part of called Women and Youth Supporting Each Other (WYSE). When she’s not in the lab or mentoring, Savannah loves being active and exploring the Bay Area.