Ashna Sangar is a first-year doctoral student in the Counseling Psychology program. She received her master’s degree in Clinical Psychology and Rehabilitation Counseling from Fergusson College, India, and the University of Wisconsin-Madison respectively. She is a licensed professional counselor and has four years of therapy experience working in the community, college, and hospital settings with people with anxiety and related disorders, mood disorders, and disabilities. Her research interest areas broadly focus on anti-racism and whiteness. Within this framework, she intends to study the intersection of critical consciousness development as it relates to reflection, motivation, and action in whiteness to reduce and resist racism. In her spare time, she enjoys karate, Latin dancing, and being outdoors. Email: