Danie Knopf-Weinstein (they/them) is a Junior at Agnes Scott College intending on getting a Bachelors of the Arts in Religion and Social Justice and Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies with a concentration of leadership development. Originally from Long Island, New York, Danie now lives in Travelers Rest, South Carolina with their mom, two older siblings, maternal grandparents, dog, three cats and a family of wild turkeys who have taken an affinity for their Grandmother. They have been published in multiple literary magazines for creative nonfiction, poetry and fiction — see their work in publications such as the Foliate Oak Literary Magazine, Moledro Magazine, and the Eunoia Review. For three years, they were an Assistant Poetry and Nonfiction Editor for Crashtest Magazine, and was the Managing and Prose editor for Apprehension Magazine. Alongside their growing literary accomplishments, Danie also is involved with multiple organizations both on-campus and in the local community. They are President of the Agnes Scott Hillel, serving as the representative on Interfaith Council, the Coalition of Student Multicultural Organizations, and the Presidential Student Advisory Council on Issues of Diversity and Inclusion. They are also a member of Metro-Atlanta Young Democratic Socialists of America, a cohort member of Don’t Kvetch, Organize with JOIN for Justice, and is a yearly college fellow at Keshet’s LGBT and Ally Youth Shabbaton events.