Wren King is a rising junior at West Virginia University, majoring anthropology, women's and gender studies, and geography, and minoring in Native American Studies, where they are active in the research community on campus. They are a proud native of Morgantown, West Virginia. They conduct research on sexual assault victimization on college campuses with a particular focus on the impacts of race, ethnicity, and sexuality with their mentor, Dr. Lindsay Kahle-Semprevivo. They are the Managerial Editor at the Mountaineer Undergraduate Research Review at WVU and recently was appointed as an Associate Editor at UReCA: The NCHC Journal of Undergraduate Research. They serve as an Honors Ambassador, on the leadership board of the Global Medical and Dental Brigades, as an officer for the Organization for Native American Interests and will begin their training as tutor for neurodivergent students on campus in the fall. After graduation, Wren intends to study post-conflict zones abroad during graduate school, pursue a Ph.D. in social sciences, and serve as a professor at a public university, promoting undergraduate research and social justice.