Savannah Romero spent 16 years in Washington's foster care system. Despite her experience in the Washington foster system, Savannah currently maintains an impressive 3.64 GPA at the University of Washington with the goal to complete her degree in social work. She has a minor in American Indian Studies and Diversity as well and is preparing to get into law school in 2016. Miss Romero is currently a Student Ambassador for the Office of Minority Affairs and Diversity at the University of Washington. She held the position of director of the American Indian Student Commission, an intern at the Service Board and the Indigenous Wellness Research Institute. She has also been a youth self-advocacy trainer at a local educational advocacy organization serving youth in foster care. Savannah would like to utilize law to become an advocate and policy changer for human rights in underrepresented communities, specifically in the Native American community.