Samara Foster was an undergraduate at Boston College and has a passion for social change, love, and equality. She majored in Sociology and minored in African and African Diaspora Studies and Women and Gender studies. She was actively involved on her campus and was respectfully considered a student leader in promoting campus diversity. She was on the e-board of the Black History Month Committee, President of the NAACP, and the chair and creator of on-campus inclusive initiatives, and much more. She is dedicated to social awareness and community building. She also conducted research in Jamaica where she interviewed inhabitants of St. Elizabeth with the intention of contributing to the field of Sociology with her findings.