Class of 2016, Winthrop House
Social Studies, Studies of Women, Gender, and Sexuality
Kirin is passionate about gender advocacy and understanding oppression in its multivalent manifestations. She grew up in DC and spent a few years before college in South Asia and Latin America. She is a junior in Winthrop House (and proud of it), who loves the people she lives and works with, and is honored and excited to be a part of the Foundation team. In the interest of critical consciousness, she is always focused on bringing intersectional critical consciousness to her work around gender, race, and sexuality. She is a firm believer in the need for intercultural and race relations in a world people have been writing off as “post-racial” far too pre-emptively, but always welcomes her peer feedback on Foundation work.