Jadhziah St. Julien
Jahdziah is a native of Margate, a small town located in South Florida. Having lived her entire life as a member of one of the several immigrant communities in the area home, she has cultivated an appreciation for culture, language, and tradition.
A senior at Princeton University, she is currently pursuing a bachelors degree in History, with a focus on American History. As a history major, she has learned the importance of narratives and the need to recognize not only the context of historical events, but also the nuanced perspectives, positioning, and power dynamics present in historical documents.
As a member of her campus community, Jahdziah serves as a residential academic adviser for first and second years and participates in faith based student groups.
When she isn’t in the library, she enjoys having meaningful discussion with friends over coffee, journaling, finding music, and thinking about life.
This summer, she is interning with the Tennessee Justice Center through PICS and is excited to learn about and observe the intersection of healthcare, advocacy, policy, litigation, and history.