Larsen Klein is a third-year student at Colgate University with double majors in Peace and Conflict Studies and Women’s Studies. She is passionate about taking an intersectional, feminist approach to anti-violence work, and is interested in the intersection of intimate partner violence and international, gender-based conflicts. She is also interested in transformative justice work as peacebuilding. Larsen has most recently worked as a Communications Fellow with the Center For Survivor Agency and Justice, a national advocacy organization working to enhance economic justice for survivors of intimate partner violence. At Colgate, she has worked as a Bystander Intervention Facilitator leading anti-violence trainings on campus, and has co-founded the Medusa Movement, an organization working to promote survivor-centric activism and support for sexual violence survivors on campus. In her free time, Larsen is a competitive horseback rider and loves theatre.