State Legislator Kesha Ram is currently the youngest member of the Vermont Legislature and the youngest state legislator in the nation. She is a strong voice for empowering marginalized communities, creating affordable housing, advancing environmental justice, and promoting a just and sustainable economy. When not serving in the legislature, Kesha is a legal advocate for victims of domestic violence at Women Helping Battered Women in Chittenden County. Kesha graduated from the University of Vermont with dual degrees in Natural Resource Planning and Political Science in 2008. Her achievements have earned her recognition as a Morris K. Udall Scholar, Ronald E. McNair Scholar, Harry S. Truman Scholar, and Oxfam Sister on the Planet.