Natasha Ghazali is a rising senior born and raised in the New Haven area. She is an ER&M major who lovingly embraces her Southeast Asian roots. Her concentration centers diaspora and displacement, specifically the intersection between immigrant & refugee studies and spatial-identity formation. In her free time, her hobbies include playing baritone ukulele, listening to slam poetry, going on spontaneous trips with close friends, and trying new flavors of tea! This fall, she’s excited to begin her singing career with the beloved a capella group, Whim ‘n Rhythm. Despite being only 4’ 11” she’ll be taking big steps to ensure her fellow squirrels feel welcomed and supported in Branford. She’s always there to lend an open ear and helping hand, as well as try new things to better herself, her peers, and this campus. You can reach out to her as an Aide, or when you need a CCE counselor to talk to!