A graduate of the University of Notre Dame, Brady Lefkowitz majored in Sociology. During her Junior year, Brady was selected for an Inside-Out course on "Rethinking Crime and Justice" where she attended class weekly alongside 15 incarcerated men and 15 fellow Notre Dame students at a nearby prison. During her summers, Brady worked as a long term volunteer at Habitat for Humanity and a teaching fellow at Breakthrough Collaborative of Greater Philadelphia. Brady was a part of Notre Dame's Glynn Family Honors Program, for which she completed a thesis entitled "LGBTQ Youth, Religion, and Schools." She is passionate about criminal Justice reform and LGBTQ advocacy. Her hobbies include biking, cooking, and playing basketball. Brady was part of our East End cohort and served at Greater Valley Community Services as a Project Coordinator.