As a SRC Junior Fellow, Sitraka will analyze the trajectories of intense and lifelong engagement with the public interest of three figures—Justices Sotomayor and Kagan and First Lady Michelle Obama—in light of the effect Princeton’s institutional transition into coeducation and inclusion might have had on their interior lives. “The enduring and empowering impact my college experience has had on my story rests, in large part, on what I had to unlearn and learn to tell myself during those tumultuous years. The stories of these three illustrious public servants‘ interior lives can enhance and enrich our conceptions of how higher education can continue to unleash stories of twenty-first century possibility,” Sitraka said. Sitraka started his M.Div. at the Divinity School last year after serving as a community organizer in Chicago, a teacher in Madagascar, and a campus minister in the Bay Area. He holds an A.B. from Princeton’s Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs. He aspires to lead a life at the intersections of higher education, theology, psychology, and law.