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Sienna Henderson

First-Year Fellowship: Americans United for the Separation of Church and State; Mentor: Nikolas Nartowicz '07

Sienna Henderson ’23 is from Dover, Massachusetts and graduated from Noble and Greenough High School with High Distinction. At Nobles, Sienna was a 4-year class representative, head tour guide, and captain of the varsity field hockey team. During her junior spring, she participated in a 100-day leadership program called The Island School where she was awarded the Semester Cacique and elected Student Ambassador and Dorm Head. At Dartmouth, Sienna plans to major in Government with a minor in Public Policy and Studio Art. She is a fellow on the Voter Registration Drive, a mentor and program chair for DREAM, and was elected to be on the Freshman Board and now Secretary for the Dartmouth Democrats. Outside of Dartmouth, Sienna volunteers for political campaigns and Every Voice, an organization that fights to end sexual violence on college campuses. Next year, she was chosen to conduct research with Professor Brooks on Global Menstrual Health Education. After graduation, Sienna plans to attend Law School and pursue a career in public service. 

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