Selena Rodriguez is the program assistant for the Sloan Scholars Mentoring Network, an initiative of the Social Science Research Council and Alfred P. Sloan Foundation. She received her bachelor of arts in both international studies and sociology from Johns Hopkins University in 2017. Her previous undergraduate research with the Global Social Protest Research Working Group of the Arrighi Center analyzed the spatial-temporal distribution of social unrest. While in Maryland, Rodriguez worked for the JHU Tutorial Project, a free after-school program assisting underserved elementary school students in Baltimore City. Prior to joining the SSRC, Rodriguez worked in health-care administration throughout New York, catering to a stratified, diverse population with varying forms of insurance coverage.