Alizé Hill is a PhD student at the University of Chicago’s School of Social Service Administration, as well as a Committee on Education Fellow. She spent her undergraduate career exploring various forms of research as evidenced by her involvement in multiple research labs including, the Affect and Cognition Lab (AcLab), the Behavioral Analysis of Beginning Years (B.A.B.Y.) Lab, and the Bronfenbrenner Center for Translational Research. Alizé also has a wide range of experience working with youth of different ages, across different settings, and in various roles including as a daycare volunteer, a summer camp director, a residential assistant, a teaching assistant, and a school social work intern. Her current research focuses on how Whiteness operates within multiracial families. More specifically, she looks at how having a White parent impacts the school and life outcomes of youth from multiracial families.