Judene Josephs is a junior undergraduate student at Howard University studying Economics with a double minor in Mathematics and Political Science. Originally from Jamaica, Judene is interested in the areas of development economics, poverty, economic inequality, and areas within environmental economics. As an aspiring economist with an interest in these areas, she would like to work with developing countries in amplifying the issues and disparities they experience and supporting them in economic and sustainable development on the ground and through research and policy. On campus, Judene serves as the president of the Omicron Delta Epsilon Economics honors society and is also an undergraduate research assistant in the Economics Department. In her free time, she enjoys crocheting, listening to music, and spending time with friends and family.