Shazia Siddiqui (’18) is a Mathematical Economics major with a minor in Psychology. She knew she wanted to pursue a degree in economics after seeing how the subject could explain the intricacies of the world in classes with Dr. Griffith and Dr. Flanagan, and studying math gave her a more concrete understanding of these ideas. Her passion for the subject led her to be a founding member of the Women in Economics Club, of which she is now President. She is also a research assistant on the Jury Sunshine Project, which uses economic theory to understand the jury selection process. On campus, she is the Executive Vice President of Alpha Delta Pi sorority and is a PREPARE facilitator. She is currently in the process of applying to law school.