Mercy Ogutu is a college athlete, student-leader, and community volunteer on a mission to make a positive impact locally and globally.
Pursuing a Bachelor's of Arts in Political Science and International Affairs, with a minor in Cultural and Language Relations, Mercy brings new voice in policy research, advocacy, and community development centered through education, diversity, and community engagement. With an Associates Degree in Network System Administration, Mercy integrates technology in her work to create and expand strategic change in domestic and foreign policies.
Born in Kenya and raised in Atlanta, Ga, Mercy is a proud member of the Luo and Luhya indigenous culture and community.
From the White House, to the House of Representatives, and the United States Senate, Mercy works hard to advocate and expand more change towards immigration rights, educational and college resources, voting rights, access to healthcare, and mental health awareness in underserved communities in Georgia and also in Washington, DC.
Mercy is recognized for her leadership in diversity and inclusion events focused on student professional development, advocacy, civic engagement, and mental health awareness education.
College is a journey and her mission is to make this experience the most memorable for all.