Angelina Ramirez is a senior pursuing a BA in International Relations and Global Studies, a Business Spanish Certificate, and a Bridging Disciplines Program Certificate in Human Rights & Social Justice. She is passionate about the international human rights regime, human rights abuses in Latin America and Latinx populations, and workers' rights abuses/systemic barriers through a human rights lens. Through her internships with the Equal Justice Center and the Human Rights Clinic at Texas Law, Angelina has been able to step into advocacy projects on local, national, and international levels. Angelina also works closely with the Edward A. Clark Center for Australian and New Zealand Studies. She is currently part of a team researching the effect that human rights inquiries conducted by the Australian Human Rights Commission have on agenda-setting in the Australian Parliament. At UT, Angelina has served as an International Relations and Global Studies Council Mentor, and will serve as the next President of Minority Women Pursuing Law (2021-2022). Angelina is working towards her dream of becoming a human rights attorney in hopes of joining an organization that works with vulnerable populations who seek empowerment through the international human rights system.