Born and raised in South Carolina, Sloan Wilson is a rising junior at the University of South Carolina Honors College with a double major in Political Science and Women and Gender Studies. As an intern at Planned Parenthood South Atlantic, she founded Planned Parenthood Generation Action, a student organization that focuses on advocating for reproductive justice in her community. She was recently elected president of the campus organization International Justice Mission that focuses on educating the community on human trafficking and advocating for anti-trafficking legislation in the South Carolina Statehouse. During her freshman year, she interned with the public defender’s office and attended a study abroad program for Holocaust studies. In her spare time, Sloan enjoys reading, hiking, and listening to true crime podcasts. After university, Sloan plans to attend law school for human rights, focus on genocide prevention, and work in the field of international transitional justice.
Updated May 2019