Michelle Fujii pursued a self-designed major in Interdisciplinary Studies in Ecology and Culture with Spanish and Japanese Language Focuses at Antioch College. Michelle grew up traveling between Japan and the United States, and while at Antioch enjoyed traveling back and forth between family, co-ops, and her college in Ohio. Her academic interests range from cultural and ecological issues to international affairs and social justice. Michelle has worked at Outten & Golden, LLP in New York as a paralegal intern, at Law Office of Phillip Brigham, LLC in Chicago as a legal assistant, at the Research Center for Nuclear Weapons Abolition at Nagasaki University as a Foreign Affairs Aide, and as a fourth year At Antioch conducted independent research in Buenos Aires, Argentina while volunteering for a non-profit organization dedicated to planting trees in the city, Un Arbol Para Mi Vereda. On campus, she further cultivated her professional experiences by working for the Office for Academic Affairs, the Office of Admission & Financial Aid, as a Japanese Language tutor, editor of Antioch's student-run newspaper The Record, and the President of Antioch's Community Council.