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Summer Student | At University



Law School

University of Western Ontario

Razan is entering her final year of law school at Western University, where she also completed her Bachelor of Arts in Geography. During her undergraduate degree, she served as the President of Western's Black Students' Association (2019-2020). Under her tenure, she led several anti-racism initiatives, including successfully advocating for and establishing the university’s Anti-Racism Working Group. As an appointed working group member, Razan contributed to the publication of a report outlining recommendations to enact systemic change on Western's campus. Additionally, Razan worked as a Research Assistant in the Indigenous Health Lab, where she supported the lab's research on COVID-19's impact on the health and wellness of Indigenous peoples. 

Prior to entering law school, Razan interned at the United Nations (UN) with the department of Management Strategy, Policy, and Compliance. Her work supported the Secretary-General's Task Force through the development of a strategic action plan to address racism and enact change within the UN.  

At Western Law, Razan continues to be an active member of the campus community. She has competed in advocacy competitions, sits on the student council's Board of Directors, and is an executive member of the school's Black Law Students’ Association. Most recently, she completed her term as the National Chair of the Black Law Students' Association of Canada.  

In her spare time, Razan enjoys making pottery, listening to music, and biking.