Rachel Moon is a student in the School of Arts and Sciences Honors Program who is majoring in planning and public policy and minoring in Spanish. She is an SAS Honors Program Ambassador and recipient of the 2013 SAS Excellence Award. She will be the chairwoman of the RUSA Allocations Board, which oversees the allocations process of $1.5 million annually to student organizations on campus, for the 2014-2015 year. Rachel will also be teaching a one-credit course called Law and Leadership in the fall semester of 2014 as a FIGS Peer Instructor as well as being a returning varsity debater for the RU Debate Union, the third highest-ranked debate team in the nation. She has previously interned for the U.S. Senator Robert Menendez and a non-profit organization in Brooklyn, New York. Rachel is an Eagleton Undergraduate Associate and has been selected to intern at the Rutgers Office of Federal Relations in Washington, D.C., for the summer of 2014 as her internship placement. In the spring, Rachel has worked with Professor Janice Fine from the School of Management and Labor Relations on policy regarding paving paths to citizenship for undocumented youths in America.