Deah Bhojani is an undergraduate student at the University of Florida. She is a member of the Honors
College, pursuing degrees in Criminology and Anthropology. She plans to attend law school after
graduation, and hopes to work with marginalized communities who lack access to legal representation.
She is part of the Pre-Legal Honor Society and Criminology and Law Honor Society, and works as a
research assistant in a psychology and law lab. She has worked with service organizations like
Metropolitan Ministries, Habitat for Humanity, Project Makeover, and the Early Learning Coalition of
Pasco and Hernando Counties.
Since immigrating to the United States from England in 2007, Deah has developed a passion for people and stories. She uses this passion to motivate her academically, and with her community engagement. She has seen Raining Berries grow from an idea to a reality, helping with things like brand development, design, product creation and sourcing, and sustainability efforts. The goal of Raining Berries is to unite people through ethically sourced coffee and an inviting atmosphere, while carrying on 200 years of family legacy - a story that Deah is glad to be part of.
In her free time, Deah enjoys watching soccer, going to concerts, traveling, and documenting her experiences through photography. She loves spending time with family and friends, and constantly seeks ways to better herself and her community.