Kendell is a junior majoring in psychology major with minors in sociology and justice, law & society. She is interested in a career in criminal justice in which she can incorporate her interests in criminal/abnormal psychology. On campus, Kendell is a member of the Psychology Club and recently became a member of Students Against Human Trafficking. This is her first year at GIS and she is working with Crime Data. Recent projects include Welcome Wagon and Domestic Violence Data. Welcome Wagon maps the location of offenders who have been released in the last thirty days for mandatory and parole to aid law enforcement in tracking, and the Domestic Violence project involved mapping cases of Domestic Violence in Maryland for the year 2012 broken down by state and county.