Sabea Evans (HC ‘18) is a coordinator, facilitator, and advocate invested in building equity, community, and global learning opportunities for students in Higher Ed. As a student at Haverford, she majored in Linguistics, minored in Religion, and concentrated in Africana Studies. Throughout her time in the BiCo (starting as a Chesick III) and beyond, she’s carried a long-term personal and professional investment in supporting access, inclusion, and engagement initiatives for minoritized students. Motivated by this investment, she’s also built expertise with ethical ethnographic media, language diversity activism, and innovative uses of technology for educational activism. Sabea thrives in collaborative spaces and aspires to co-facilitate projects that amplify the voices, knowledge, and creations of Black and Indigenous people, as well as other POC. She's currently working administratively with the CPGC to organize around Haverford House planning, but is also the BiCo Fellow Coordinator & Research Assistant for Laɣim Tehi Tuma and the Program Assistant for BMC's Africana Studies Program.