Jackeline Saez-Rosario is a Junior, pursuing a Criminal Justice and Political Science Double major with a disability studies minor at the University of Delaware. She is a Delaware native, who was born in Puerto Rico but raised in Delaware. She characterizes herself as an opportunist, who likes to take every opportunity placed in front of her. She loves to read, write, learn, and to share her time and knowledge with others. Jackeline comes from a very small humble Hispanic family in which the opportunities her and her brother have gotten were not the same as her parents; this is something she values tremendously. She is a first generation college student whose future goals are to become a special education, corporate or public interest lawyer, and advocate for underrepresented communities especially individuals with disabilities. Jackeline's extracurricular activities include being a member of the National Society of Collegiate Scholars, National Society of Leadership and Success, Phi Alpha Delta Pre- Law Fraternity, Project Sunshine, and the Blue Hen Commuter Club. Additionally, she is the Vice President of Delta Alpha Pi Disabilities Honor Society, an organization which recognizes the academic success of students with disabilities on campus while at the same time teaching them the leadership skills they need to be advocates within the community for other students and disabled people within the community. She has also had the privilege of being a court observer in the New Castle County Family Courts this past summer (2015). Jackeline has a passion for helping others. Her past volunteering experiences with children with disabilities and seeing the impact her and her brother's disability diagnoses had on her parents, made her want to be more involved in discussions related to disabilities. Jackeline also plans to help the community, including underrepresented disabled communities, see disability in a more positive light.