Grace Brunner

Overland Park, KS, English, Political Science (Pre-Law)
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Grace Brunner (she/ her/ hers) is a junior from Overland Park, Kansas. She is majoring in English and Political Science on the pre-law track.  She is passionate about service, and is a member of the Omega Phi Alpha service sorority.  She spent her freshman year interning for a Representative in the Kansas House of Representatives, and working a summer campaign internship. She is also a member of the KU Student Endowment Board, has participated in multiple Alternative Breaks, participates in the Dole Institute Student Advisory Board, and is involved with World Warmers, the campus's service-based knitting club. In her free time, she enjoys petting her dogs, watching Gilmore Girls, and roller skating.

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