William (Will) Hammond is an undeclared sophomore in the SFS minoring in Theatre and Performance Studies and Jewish Civilization. Born and raised in the greater Los Angeles area, the performing arts have always been at the forefront of his development, beginning with his first experiences singing in a choir in elementary school. Since then, Will has taken part in numerous theatrical productions with various other types of performance (spoken word, stand up comedy, etc.) peppered in between. At Georgetown specifically, Will is a member of the Georgetown Chamber Singers and has already acted in productions with both the Mask & Bauble Dramatic Society and Black Theatre Ensemble. Through this fellowship, Will is excited to further develop his unbridled love for the arts as he takes his first stab at creating artistic content focused around current geopolitical events. This will perfectly combine his top two interests and will hopefully be the catalyst for the creation of quality art.