Olivia Rosenthal, from New York, New York, is pursuing a JD at Stanford Law School, and a master’s degree in business administration at Stanford Graduate School of Business. She graduated from Yale University with a bachelor’s degree in history. Olivia aspires to work with cities on improving access to reproductive care and housing. She has worked as a consultant, at the New York Attorney General’s office on contraception access, and at Women on Web, a nonprofit providing abortion access globally. She wrote a research report on the eviction crisis in Richmond, Virginia, and then worked with the city on a task force to prevent evictions. She is a fellow at Stanford’s Legal Design Lab, where she has helped rewrite eviction summons in Ohio to reduce the default rate and is working with the Lab and the National League of Cities to bring together city leaders to address the eviction crisis.