Kayla will be a senior at The College of Wooster where she is majoring in Anthropology and pursuing a minor in Environmental Studies. She is also completing an interdisciplinary academic and experiential learning pathway in Museum and Archival Studies. At The College of Wooster, Kayla serves as the co-president of the Sociology & Anthropology Club and has been a research assistant in the Sociology/Anthropology department. In the summer of 2021, Kayla was awarded an APEX Fellowship by The College of Wooster to intern for The Hochstein School in Rochester, NY where she worked in the development office. Kayla’s junior-year independent study project focused on the KonMari tidying up movement and its connection to Japanese cultural meanings of the home. She looks forward to continuing this project for her senior thesis. In her free time, Kayla enjoys playing clarinet, reading, writing, and crocheting.