Originally from New Orleans, Louisiana, Cambrey Dent is a rising senior studying Political Science in the Honor College at Baylor University. While at Baylor, she has served as a Baylor ambassador, community leader and union board member. Her passion for public service has also led her to serve with many organizations within the greater Waco, Texas area, including the Wendy Davis for Governor campaign. Cambrey also served as a math tutor for Communities-In-Schools, an organization dedicated to surrounding at-risk youth with the tools, resources, and support needed for success. Dedicated to child advocacy, she recently interned in the office of Texas State Senator Judith Zaffirini during the 84th legislative session to improve pre-kindergarten initiatives. Her time at the Texas State Capitol sparked an interest in education policy, and led her to apply for an internship with the CDF Freedom Schools® program at the Children's Defense Fund. Cambrey hopes to attend law school after completing her undergraduate degree to become an education lawyer. She plans to fight discrimination in the public education system to ensure children everywhere have access to a quality education.