About Mikaela Berry
Mikaela Berry is a senior at Fordham University double majoring in Playwriting and African American Studies. Through advocating for gender inclusive bathrooms on campus, being on the executive board for Fordham's Black Student Alliance for two years, and serving as a social justice leader for two years, Mikaela continues to find ways to make Fordham a safe and inclusive for every member of the community. She also is the program director for the Police Reform Organizing Project where she is in charge of collecting data and issuing reports that highlight racially biased police practices in addition to working with the Coalition to End Broken Windows, BYP 100 and Black Lives Matter NYC in the Swipe it Forward campaign.
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