Hannah Reynolds is a senior studying Economics and Global Affairs with a concentration in International Development and a minor in Education, Schooling and Society. She is passionate about the intersection between international development and education and was able to pursue both of these interests through her IDS capstone: Parental Attitudes Towards Vocational Education for Girls in Rural Uganda. Here experience in Uganda only furthered her academic and research interests in these subjects and hopes to pursue a career in international education development after graduating in May. In addition to studying International Development with the Kellogg Institute, she is also the co-chair for the 2023 Human Development Conference. She is excited to be working with Kellogg in this capacity to highlight the research of undergraduate students and to foster conversation around this years’ conference theme Solidarity in Development: Empowering Agents of Change.