Juliana (Jules) is a second-year student in the Accelerated Masters in Public Policy program through the Carsey School of Public Policy. They are also finishing their BA in Music Performance. They are an active member of the UNH Symphony Orchestra as the principal violist, and participate in several other ensembles within the Department of Music. Their graduate research is focused in leveraging human-centered design to improve accessibility outcomes for the disabled community. They are also the founder and CEO of Neighborhood Access LLC, an accessibility consulting firm that has current contracts with Google, the ACLU, and several other organizations across many fields. They were a winner of the 2017 Social Venture Innovation Challenge, and have completed the Social Innovation Internship working for the Institute for the Recruitment of Teachers. Juliana is excited to talk to you about all things changemaking-- they are passionate about listening to others' stories and ideas, and connecting people to helpful resources.