is a third year undergraduate student at the University of Florida double majoring in Political Science and German. Marielle has interned at the Bundeswehr, where she worked as a research assistant to an American military exchange scientist. In this capacity, she conducted a meta analysis on women’s military contributions in armed conflict for a NATO paper. Previously, Marielle served as a Northeastern representative on the Army Teen Panel where she briefed US Army Command on the hardships and issues pertaining to the military child and their families. More recently, her work as a Resident Assistant with the Department of Housing and Residence Education at the University of Florida has allowed her to serve as an academic, social, and organizational resource and role model.