Noelle Dana is a rising senior at the University of Notre Dame pursuing majors in Classics and Philosophy, Science, Mathematics (PSM) and minors in Business Economics and the Hesburgh Program in Public Service. After experiencing her family's difficult divorce, Noelle seeks to empower and advocate for the rights of children of divorce. She currently serves as the President of the Notre Dame Chapter of College Mentors for Kids to positively impact youth through the power of mentorship. This summer, Noelle will serve as an intern with Caritas Internationalis in Gyumri, Armenia to provide humanitarian aid in a variety of projects, including those focused on combating youth unemployment. Inspired by the gap year she took during the coronavirus to work in the Senate, Noelle intends to return to Capitol Hill after graduation.