Rima Hanna is a graduate student in the Applied Social Psychology Program at the University of Guelph. She is native to Orlando, Florida. She completed her undergraduate degree in Honors Psychology w. Thesis with a minor in Women’s Studies at the University of Windsor. She has worked as a Research Assistant in the areas of sexual assault prevention and bystander intervention under the supervision of Dr. Charlene Senn. Her undergraduate thesis in Psychology, also under the supervision of Dr. Charlene Senn, was composed of an experimental quantitative study that explored the effects of street harassment on women’s mood and cognitions. Rima has extensive experience engaging LGBTQ+ communities as an activist and community educator, including her service on the Executive Board of Out on Campus, and also as a volunteer for the Welcome Centre Shelter for Women. For her graduate work under the supervision of Dr. Paula Barata, she looks to extend her work on the impact, effects, and implications of street harassment. If she’s not in her office doing research work, look for her at protests, poetry slams, or the basketball court.