Naomi Keusch Baker is a second-year student from New York City majoring in Math and Computer Science and minoring in Music. Her determination to understand the world from diverse perspectives and belief that problems must be approached through multiple lenses attracted her to the IDEAS Fellowship. Passionate about technology, art, social justice and politics, Naomi encourages everyone to step outside of their comfort zone and explore the connections among deceivingly separate aspects of life. On campus, she is a teaching assistant for Emory’s Girls Who Code Club and volunteers with Refugee Revive. She is a board member for Challah for Hunger and Hillel’s Tzedek Committee, as well as Collaboration and Outreach Chair for the Media, Literature, Arts and Outreach (MLAO) themed house. If she has five minutes to spare, she is reading a book or playing piano.