Gregory Davis is a first-year doctoral student in African American Studies with a primary field in Psychology within the Harvard Graduate School of Arts and Sciences (GSAS). Before arriving in Cambridge, Gregory completed his BA in psychology at Morehouse College and a joint JD/MA in Law and Afro-American Studies at UCLA. At both Morehouse and UCLA, Gregory engaged in multiple leadership experiences. As an undergraduate, he founded the Morehouse Psychology Students Association and organized students around the goals of service, campus engagement, and academic unity. At UCLA, Gregory actively served with both the UCLA Black Law Students Association and OUTLaw, UCLA’s LGBTQ law student association. In addition, Gregory was the student chair of the Williams Institute Moot Court Competition for two years and served as the Editor-in-Chief of the Dukeminier Awards Journal. In 2013, Gregory became a Point Scholar, joining a cohort of LGBTQ leaders and students from around the country. Now at Harvard, Gregory is an active member of the Harvard Black Graduate Students Association and hopes to continue to influence and lead communities close to his identities and research goals. In his nonexistent spare time, Gregory enjoys listening to NPR and marathoning General Hospital.