"I am a rising senior at Stanford University hailing from the Washington D.C. Metropolitan Area. I am pursuing a Bachelors of Arts and Sciences with honors in the field of Science, Technology and Society and French. My interests lie in the intersection of Data Science and Law which I hope to explore in an international arena. Aside from academics, I spend my time playing for the Stanford Women's Rugby Team, co-leading the Black Pre-Law Society and serving as a peer advisor for my department. You will often find me reading French novels, listening to French rap and searching for the best pairing of sourdough and brie." -Zora Williams, 2018
She received the Nelee Langmuir Award (for excellence and commitment in French) in 2018 for her essay "Le rôle des normes, de la loi et de la morale dans l'émergence de la déontologie policière."