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Kacey Gill is a Junior at Harvard College pursuing a joint degree in African American Studies and Social Studies. On Campus she is involved in a myriad of organizations including being an intern at the Harvard Foundation for Intercultural and Race Relations and the current President of the Association of Black Harvard Women. With a particular interest in the intersection of blackness and womanhood, she has dedicated her time here to making Harvard a more accepting and inclusive space for Black women. She enjoys poetry, fashion, arts of all kinds and artisan coffee. After graduation Gill hopes to pursue a career that weaves together fashion, tech and diversity and inclusion. This coming summer she will be working for L’Oreal in their Marketing division.