As women, we must realize that personal choice is always political.
Allison Walsh is a Communications major and a Cinematic Arts minor. She is a junior pre-law student with aspirations to work as a human rights lawyer. She is particularly interested in international law, and hopes to one day work to ensure equal access to health care for all, with particular interest in improving women’s health care. She has interned in the past for the United Nations on a team dedicated to covering the events of the 14th annual Conference on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities, and is also a member of the programming committee for her pre-law co-educational fraternity, Phi Alpha Delta. She is from Columbus, Ohio.
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