Siena Farrar is originally from the Chicagoland area, but moved to New Orleans to attend Tulane (’17), where she studied Public Health and Anthropology. During high school, she studied abroad in Japan and lived with a host family, and hosted several Japanese students when they studied abroad in America. During her spring semester of her Junior year at Tulane, she participated in CIEE Community Public Health in Khon Kaen, Thailand. As a student she was involved in the Asian American Student Union, Gamma Rho Lambda, Tulane Peer Health Educators, and worked and interned in various capacities both on and off campus. She enjoys both travelling and eating, and usually plans her travelling around eating.
As an advisor, she is passionate about supporting students of color, LGBTQIA+ students, and financially underrepresented students during their study abroad journey. She believes that studying abroad should be an equitable opportunity for all students and works to help students navigate institutional barriers.