Linda Tenerowicz is from South San Francisco, California and is currently pursuing her Bachelor of Arts degree in political science in Los Angeles at Loyola Marymount University (LMU). She is greatly interested in human rights advocacy and the non-profit sector. She wishes to learn more about the development and sustainability of non-profit organizations, namely gathering support, mobilizing grassroots activism, and reaching those most in need. Last summer she attended an immersive trip to Israel and the occupied West Bank through LMU’s Center for Service and Action and gained firsthand knowledge and experience about the Palestine/Israel conflict, prospects for peace, and the reality on the ground for Israelis and Palestinians. Since then she has helped co-found a Students for Justice in Palestine (SJP) chapter at LMU and now serves as co-president. She hopes that SJP will shed light on the Palestinian narrative and bring greater awareness of the issue to the student body. She is excited to be working with Code Pink this semester on the Stolen Beauty Campaign to boycott AHAVA products being produced illegally on Palestinian lands.