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Shoshana Finkel photoShoshana Finkel 

Shoshana Finkel is a junior at Brandeis studying Health: Science, Society, and Policy, with a minor in Near Eastern and Judaic Studies. She is a passionate disability advocate and activist, and a peer advisor at Yachad, the National Jewish Council on Disabilities. In addition to her Starr fellowship, Shoshana is an intern at the Ruderman Family Foundation, and serves on the Chief Diversity Officer’s task force on accessibility on campus. Shoshana was a Summer 2018 fellow with the American Association of People with Disabilities in Washington, DC, through which she earned a certificate in Disability Advocacy from the George Washington University. Shoshana is excited to be conducting research on reproductive health outcomes among women with developmental disabilities, and hopes to promote healthcare equity for people with disabilities through her research and activism.  

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