Chiquita Jackson serves as our Detroit Fellow. She is a Political Science, Social Justice, African-American Studies, and Pre-Law student at the University of Kansas. As a student, Chiquita held numerous leadership roles, including Black Prelaw Society President, a Student Senator, the Student Legislative Awareness Board Outreach Director, and the Multicultural Student Government President. As a Student Senator, she wrote and passed legislation in the Student Senate to address the resource needs of students with marginalized identities. Additionally, Chiquita is involved in many programs that align with her mission of advocating for marginalized and underrepresented communities. These groups include Young People For (YP4), B.A. Women Alliance, PLEN, the Henry Clay Institute, among other involvements. She aspirations to become a civil and human rights attorney and, one day, a U.S. Supreme Court Justice. For Detroit inquiries, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.