Frank Meng is a sophomore studying sociology and anthropology at Johns Hopkins University.
He is interested in how inequalities (such as gender, sexuality, and race) are (re)produced via the site of education. Frank is excited to serve on the Student Engagement Board. He strives to foster more inclusive dialogues and civic engagement opportunities, especially for students of color and the queer community. He believes that by amplifying the voices of minoritized communities, and creating arenas for collaboration and deliberation, changes can be made.
Before starting his sophomore year, he took a gap year doing research, interning at various firms, and teaching sociology to high schoolers. Previously, he worked for ETS Global, King & Wood Mallesons, and Ericsson. He is also an academic lead at Project Nous and TechX Academy.
At Johns Hopkins, he is a staff editor at Johns Hopkins Undergraduate Law Review, a liaison at Inter-Asian Council, an active member at Diverse Sexuality and Gender Alliance (DSAGA) and Advocates for Reproduction and Sexual Health (ARSH). He is also a brother at Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity.