Amanda Foltz is a graduate student in the Women's & Gender Studies Master of Arts program at the University of North Texas. Her research interests include the rhetoric of reproductive rights and bodily autonomy within the American political system, the commodification of women, and the economic structural inequities that contribute to the perpetuation of human trafficking. Amanda's professional aspirations include advocacy, outreach, and policy making work for pro-choice organizations like NARAL and Planned Parenthood. She is currently a transfer admissions officer for the University of North Texas and resides in Denton, TX with her husband Scott and her fur-baby Shep. Amanda enjoys travel of any kind, reading, and "accidentally" falling into well-meaning political arguments with friends and family.