The below profile is from the Dean of Student’s website:
As an Arizona Assurance scholar from Phoenix, Chavez has committed her undergraduate career to promoting international education and global awareness through exemplifying the essence of service to the university, the Tucson community and underrepresented populations abroad.
As a senior, Chavez served as a Family and Youth Support and Cultural Orientation intern at the Tucson-based International Rescue Committee. Additionally, she engaged in a semester-long social media enhancement project for Iskashitaa Refugee Network. Chavez is also engaged with the university's Refugee Project, where she builds on existing intercultural competency skills. Chavez is currently serving as a civil rights, communications and social movements research assistant under the advisement of professor Thomas P. Miller. Chavez has also been a member of Alpha Epsilon Phi Sorority, Arizona Model United Nations, Phi Beta Kappa honors society and Phi Alpha Delta pre-law fraternity.
Upon graduation, Chavez intends to conduct research for a non-governmental organization dedicated to gender equality and international education reform. In the following year, Chavez plans to continue her education in the field of international human rights law.