Shayna Roble L’24
Shayna Roble was raised in Novi, Michigan and graduated from the University of Michigan where she received a B.A. in Community and Global Public Health with minors in Gender and Health as well as Community Action and Social Change. During her time in college, Shayna served as a primary prevention volunteer at the Sexual Assault Prevention and Awareness Center, lead workshops on consent, sexual health, and healthy communication practices for first-year students, and was a research assistant at the School of Public Health designing smoking cessation and domestic violence prevention programs. During her summers she spent time as a Prisoner Advocacy intern for the American Friends Service Committee, where she worked closely with people who are incarcerated assisting them in filing grievances, applying for commutations, accessing healthcare, and getting paroled. At Penn Law, Shayna is a 1L representative for If/When/How: Lawyering for Reproductive Justice, member of the boxing club, and Levy Scholar. Shayna is excited about bridging her public health background with her commitment to advocating for women’s rights, criminal justice reform, and reproductive rights.