Gracie is pursuing a Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice and Psychology. Post-graduation, she hopes to attend law school with a current focus on pursuing criminal defense or divorce law. Throughout her two years, she has volunteered with nonprofits in the Charlotte area whose focus is on food accessibility for all populations and reducing food insecurity. Under the guidance of the Levine Program, she has worked with the food pantry on campus as well as consistently volunteering with the local nonprofit The Bulb. Their focus is to help provide locally grown produce and other grocery items as well as health and wellness education to food-insecure neighborhoods. This experience has inspired her to work with other Levine Scholar upperclassmen and her own cohort towards implementing a civic engagement project serving the UNC Charlotte community by providing free produce and grocery items through pop-up markets on campus. Gracie is involved with many groups on campus including the Levine mentorship program, Pre-Law society, Mock Trial, and Niner Guides giving tours of campus to prospective students and their parents. Gracie is looking into study abroad opportunities for her junior year as well as networking opportunities for summer and semester internships.