Emily Hall is a member of Mercy High School’s Class of 2014, and after Mercy, she went on to attend Harvard College, where she’ll graduate this May. During her time at Harvard, she’s been very active on campus and off, most notably serving as chair of the Harvard Institute of Politics Fellows and Study Groups program. In this capacity, she has hosted events with prominent individuals such as US Secretary of the Interior Sally Jewell, US Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, and White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer, among numerous others. She also founded a chapter of the Network of Enlightened Women (NeW), a group for conservative university women, and served as vice president of the Harvard Republican Club. She has been published and featured in numerous media outlets, including National Review, the Washington Examiner, and Fox News. Inspired by her college activities and her own experience at Mercy, Emily wrote a senior thesis about the relationship between all-girls education and women’s political engagement. She is currently deciding between Harvard and Yale Law Schools to continue her studies next year. What a decision to make -- We wish Emily the best of luck in her decision!