Sarah Williams-Habibi (she/her) is a recent Frank Knox Fellow and graduate of the Human Development and Education program at the Harvard Graduate School of Education (2022). Prior to this degree, she completed her B. Arts Sc. from McMaster University (Ontario, Canada). Here she completed a combined degree in Arts & Science (an interdisciplinary liberal arts program) and Psychology, Neuroscience & Behavior. Throughout both degrees, Sarah has worked to bridge Critical Disability Studies with other epistemologies through conducting research surrounding implicit sense of agency and disability conceptions, as well as conducting Critical Participatory Action Research with inclusive education classrooms.