An avid reader, and lifelong seeker of knowledge and truth, Rémy was deeply drawn to history at the moment of consciousness. With a passion for colonial, indigenous, and cultural studies, Rémy came to Boston to pursue a Master’s degree in American Studies from the University of Massachusetts in Boston, completed in the summer of 2020. Previously, Rémy studied American Studies and Earth & Environmental Science at Wesleyan University, completing their degree in 2017. Over the last six years, Rémy has worked with organizations to uplift the perspectives of LGBT, TGNC, and BIPOC communities. Their intense study, in and outside of the classroom, of the history of social injustice within the United States inspires them to use public history as a catalyst for positive change in society. When they are not in deep thought about the state of the world, Rémy loves to cook, to inform others about fitness and nutrition, and enjoys watching and analyzing film.