Jennifer Lee is a second-year Couple and Family Therapy Masters student and a native to Northern Virginia. She graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Family Science from the University or Maryland, College Park. While there, Lee worked for the Multicultural Engagement and Community Advocacy (or MICA) office and as a community assistant through the Department of Resident Life. She also spent time as a research assistant, conducting research on Asian American identity and common factors in couples therapy. Lee also interned and volunteered with the UMD Campus pantry, a food pantry that provides for members of the UMD community. Her research interests include interracial couples/families, trans-racial adoption, and adolescent identity formation. Lee's hobbies include playing board games with friends, cooking, Yelping and the paranormal. Her favorite areas on campus are the Memorial Chapel and the Art-Sociology library.