Hailing from Vancouver BC, Dharana Needham is a second year student currently completing a Bachelor of Arts at McGill University, pursuing a Joint Honour in Political Science and History, as well as a Minor in Social Entrepreneurship. Following graduation, she plans on pursuing a dual degree in corporate or international law, and either business or foreign relations. She further hopes to work in law before one day pursuing a career in foreign policy and international relations. Active within the McGill community, Dharana is a member of the Beta Psi chapter of Kappa Alpha Theta. As well, she is heavily involved in the International Relations Students' Association at McGill (IRSAM), as a member of the traveling Model United Nations delegation team. She is also a peer reviewer for the Flux International Relations Review, as well as secretariat member for the 2019 Secondary School United Nations Symposium (SSUNS) conference McGill hosts each year. Her interests in domestic politics include equal access to education, especially for those living with physical, mental, and learning disabilities; poverty alleviation; and equal access to healthcare within Canada, specifically in regard to mental health treatment and diagnosis procedures.