Rebecca Killik

Honestly, I would rather you call me Becky.
Becky is attending the University of South Florida and is seeking a double major in Psychology and Women’s Studies. She entered the Honors college and as a student in the Fall of 2007. Becky worked as a Peer Mentor for the incoming first year honors students. After completing her second year as a Peer Mentor, she attained a job working at the front desk of the Honors College as well as the Office of Undergraduate Research. Becky graduated in Spring 2011 with her Bachelor's degree in Women's Studies and Psychology and is currently working at the USF Career Center as a Career Peer.  

Becky became active in the Reproductive Justice movement as a student in middle school advocating for the election of a liberal president who would support a woman's' right to choose. In high school she served as the secretary, and later president, of the Green Party at Bloomingdale High School which cemented her love for political action.

Becky is now a member of the Iota Iota Iota (Triota) Women's Studies departmental Honor Society as well as the Honors College of USF. She has served as the Secretary, Vice President, and the President of USF's VOX: Voices for Planned Parenthood organization (aka Pro-Choice Voice: Students for Planned Parenthood). She also joined the progressive Feminist sorority Theta Nu Pi in the Soring of 2010.

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