Chelsie Riche is a Douglass Woman and student in the School of Arts and Sciences double majoring in Africana Studies and History and minoring in Women's and Gender Studies. A Haitian immigrant, she is fluent in English, French, and Creole. During the 2014-2015 academic year, Chelsie served as a Teacher's Assistant for the Black Experience in America course assisting the Chair of the Africana Studies Department, Dr. Edward Ramsamy. In summer 2015, she will serve as a Resident Mentor for the SAS EOF summer program. For the 2015-2016 school year, she will serve as a History and Africana Studies tutor for the Rutgers Athletic Department. Chelsie has served as a Peer Mentor for the Paul Robeson Living and Learning Community and currently serves as Secretary and Treasurer for the Galvanizing and Organizing Youth Activism (GOYA) Project; an organization with aims of improving childhood literacy by providing school supplies and creating libraries for schools in places such as Jamaica, Haiti, Sierra Leone, and South Africa. Chelsie recently helped the United States Student Association (USSA) organize and plan their first "Student of Color Conference," where she led caucuses centered around women, gender, and race as well as the Caribbean immigrant experience. In spring 2016, Chelsie hopes to partake in a service and learning community program in South Africa. Above all, Chelsie wishes to ameliorate issues of race, class, and gender, one activist project at a time.