Fernanda Baron, who was born in Brazil and raised between Rio de Janeiro, Houston, and New York, concentrated in Sociology with a secondary field in the Studies of Women, Gender, and Sexuality. Fernanda has analyzed the implications of El Salvador’s criminalization of abortion, traveling to San Salvador to conduct field work; and investigated the rates of violent death of transgender and non-binary people, as part of a team from the Harvard Injury Control Research Center. Fernanda was also the President of the Brazilian Association; a volunteer translator at the Harvard Immigration and Refugee Clinic; and a proud member of WHRB, Harvard’s student-run radio station, where you could find them most Saturday mornings at 2am in the basement of Pennypacker playing Diana Ross. Their senior thesis explored the challenges and possibilities of non-binary parenting and family formation, and the work won the Albert M. Fulton Prize for best senior thesis in Sociology. Fernanda is the Governor William Shirley Scholar at Pembroke College, pursuing an MPhil in the Sociology of Reproduction.