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Saubirah Hack, Columbia University, Undergraduate
Saubirah Hack is currently pursuing her B.A. in Political Science with a concentration in Comparative Ethnic Studies at Columbia University. She volunteers for both the Mike Bloomberg campaign and Turning Point, a non profit organization aimed at bringing awareness to domestic violence in the Muslim community. Saubirah is an active member of the Columbia Model United Nations club and served as a vice chair for their annual high school conference. Her passion for international politics also led her to start the first Model United Nations club at John Adams High School in Queens, where graduated as salutatorian in 2008. During high school, Saubirah served as a student mentor for her school’s Global History club, where she tutored students for the Regents examination. In 2007, she participated in the Global Kids Summer Institute, which focused on teaching high school students about the dynamics of U.S foreign policy, while also volunteering for DonorsChoose, a non-profit organization that funds proposals made by teachers for classroom related materials. She plans to attend law school and is also considering a career in education policy.

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