Sarah Wu is a rising junior in Social Studies at Harvard University. As an undergraduate fellow at the Edmond J. Safra Center for Ethics, she is interested in questions concerning justice in society. Of particular interest to her are the social and cultural issues associated with technology and the changing media landscape. On campus, she writes for The Harvard Crimson and helps lead the Peer Advising Fellows program. In her various capacities, Sarah hopes to enable more youth—especially those from disadvantaged backgrounds—to thrive. Previously, Sarah assisted Kathleen Ossip with SCOUT Poetry, directed a TEDx event, and developed programming for the Igniting Innovation Summit, an undergraduate conference on social change.