Zoe Douglas is a senior in the OU School of Meteorology from Terre Haute, Indiana. She is minoring in Mathematics and Physics and is interested primarily in radar meteorology, mountain meteorology, mesoscale meteorology, and severe hail, particularly its identification and prediction via radar. Within the School of Meteorology, Zoe is a Mentor in the New Student Mentoring Program and serves as the Treasurer for the Student Chapter of the American Meteorological Society and National Weather Association. On the greater OU campus, Zoe serves as the College of Atmospheric and Geographic Sciences Representative in the Student Government Association Undergraduate Student Congress, within which she further serves as Secretary of the Sustainability Committee to encourage collaborative efforts between students and the university toward a more sustainable and green campus. She is also a member of the Honors College and Alpha Lambda Delta Honor Society and is an Undergraduate Research Assistant for the Cooperative Institute for Mesoscale Meteorological Studies (CIMMS). She is a 2019 NOAA Ernest F. Hollings Scholar and 2020 American Meteorological Society Scholarship Recipient and participated in the OU School of Meteorology study abroad exchange program with the University of Reading in Reading, United Kingdom. Zoe chose the University of Oklahoma due to its co-location within the National Weather Center as well as the mix of a small-school atmosphere and big-school amenities that the university as a whole offers to its students.