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Payton Watt

Payton Watt, BS ‘18 is an undergraduate senior studying Biology, Health, and Society with a minor in Community Action and Social Change (CASC). While growing up in Ann Arbor, she volunteered with underserved communities in soup kitchens and local shelters. Payton saw firsthand the oppression that individuals faced, and it led her to co-founded Michigan Movement, during her sophomore year. The student organization aids individuals and families experiencing homelessness and poverty in Ann Arbor. Since then, she has advocated for and done research on economic mobility, food access, disability, and affordability both on and off campus. She is a member of the CASC student advisory board, a research assistant at Poverty Solutions at the University of Michigan and is currently applying to MPH programs for health management and policy.

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