Cynthia Sutanto is a junior in Pauli Murray College from Corpus Christi, TX studying Philosophy and Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies. Her academic work focuses largely on queer and feminist theories, gender labor justice, and social movements. She hopes to use her studies in Grand Strategy to imagine a fourth-wave feminist movement that mobilizes men alongside women in the fight for gender equality. On campus, Cynthia is co-president of Migration Alliance at Yale, the largest campus group dedicated to serving refugees and immigrants in New Haven. She also works as a Peer Liaison for the Asian American Cultural Center and a public policy intern at the Hope Family Justice Center, a local domestic violence treatment center. Last summer, Cynthia interned at the Department of Commerce’s Minority Business Development Agency, where she worked on a program to support women of color entrepreneurs. She has also worked as a litigation development intern at a personal injury law firm and a student fellow for the Beto for Texas campaign. In her free time, Cynthia enjoys frequenting nearby coffee shops and rewatching episodes of Law & Order: SVU