Leah is a senior from Roslyn, New York, studying Public Policy and Decision Science at Duke University. Through her academic studies, Leah has become particularly interested in exploring the intersection of policy and behavioral economics. Leah spends her time writing and editing for the Juris Undergraduate Law Magazine, tutoring Durham Public School students in computer science, and raising awareness of Israeli history and culture on campus. After graduation, Leah plans to take a gap year before attending law school and pursuing a legal career.
Honors Thesis: Social Connectedness, Altruism, and Vaccine Behavior: Improving Policy for Future Pandemics
Faculty Advisor: Professor M. Kate Bundorf