Redeem Francis is a first-year student at The Bush School of Government and Public Service. She is pursing a Master of Public Service and Administration with a Non-Profit Management concentration. Originally from Crowley, Texas, Redeem was thrilled to start her education at Texas A&M University three years ago, and she is now ready for the new challenges and experiences of grad school. As an undergraduate, with the help of the Office for Diversity, Redeem strengthened her passion for equity, accountability, and research. In 2019, she had the privilege to present at the 32nd Annual National Conference on Race and Ethnicity (NCORE) along with her coworkers from the Texas A&M Office for Diversity. She also was inducted into the 2019-2020 Race, Identity, & Social Equity (RISE) Fellowship and had the opportunity to conduct her own research study. In the Office for Diversity, Redeem mainly focuses on event planning and low-level financial affairs. During her free time, she enjoys hiking, painting, and drinking green tea. Redeem plans to be a change agent for our world so that coming generations can have a brighter future.