BA in Psychology and Ethnicity & Race Studies
My name is Grace Fox, and I am from Edmond, Oklahoma. Currently, I am a Junior in Columbia College, studying Psychology and Ethnicity and Race Studies, specializing in Native American/Indigenous Studies. After obtaining my B.A. from Columbia, I hope to attend law school, using my education to work as an Indigenous advocate, working in Tribal and Federal Indian Law. As an enrolled member of the Seminole Nation of Oklahoma, I am passionate about creating a more equitable and just future for Native American communities across the country— one step at a time!
Outside of academics, I participate in a whole bunch of activities across campus, a few being: a violist for the Columbia University Orchestra and CU Pops Orchestra, the Community Chair for Native American Council, a Co-Founder of Columbia Minecraft Club, and a bartender for Columbia Bartending Agency. I also work as an educator and work towards higher education equity through organizations such as Project Rousseau, Matriculate, Columbia Mentoring Initiative, and Edmond Public Schools Indian Education.