Elia Groode is a student majoring in Law, History, and Culture and minoring in Consumer Behavior. As an intern at the USC Shoah Foundation, Elia helps to train the dimensions in testimony (DIT) system in both English and Hebrew. She also works on some writing projects, such as curating short biographies for survivors. In addition to her work with the Shoah Foundation, she is the political director for Trojans for Israel and a TAMID strategy consultant. Elia previously served as the StandWithUS Emerson fellow for USC where she combatted antisemitism on campus, and remains involved with the organization through her involvement with the Hillel Israel Committee.