Alisa is majoring in Health and Societies with a concentration in health policy and law, and minoring in Gender, Sexuality, and Women’s Studies. Her research interests center on new reproductive technologies; the intersection of kinship, religion, and reproductive politics; and LGBTQ healthcare. At Penn, Alisa is the Editor-in-Chief of the Penn Healthcare Review, a Board Member of the Wharton Undergraduate Healthcare Club, a Board Member of the University Assisted Physical Activity Student Leadership, and the Community Outreach Director of Penn Art Club for Lea Elementary School. During the school-year, Alisa also volunteers as a Legal Intake Intern at the American Civil Liberties Union in Philadelphia. In addition to the Wolf Humanities Fellowship, she is also the recipient of the Penn Program on Democracy, Citizenship, and Constitutionalism Undergraduate Fellowship, the Goldfein Award for undergraduate research in Jewish studies, the Gelfman International Summer Fund Research Grant, and the Seltzer Digital Media Award.