Jenna Churchman

Jenna graduated magna cum laude from Willamette University in Salem, Oregon where she was inducted into Phi Beta Kappa.  She was a sociology major and politics minor with a focus on welfare reform. Jenna also interned with the Department of Children and Families in Oregon, designed a survey to measure … Read more

Robert Campbell

Robert focused on Urban Studies and Music Performance while a student at Rhodes College, where he graduated in 2002.  Robert has taught English in Nepal, attended NSCAHH and COOL Conferences, and participated in a summer Institute on Philanthropy and Voluntary Service.

Jeanine LaFratta

Jeanine, a native of southern California, graduated magna cum laude from the University of Notre Dame in 2003 with a joint degree in Political Science and Theology and a concentration in Public Service. She was elected to Student Senate, worked at the Center for Social Concerns for three years, spent … Read more

Sean Coffey

Sean is a graduate of Colorado College where he majored in Sociology.  In college, he chaired a Head Start volunteer group as well as an Adaptive volunteer ski program that works with disabled skiers in Breckenridge, Colorado.  He was awarded a Colorado College Spirit award in 2002 and the Center … Read more

Corina Bullock

Corina, originally from Winston-Salem, North Carolina, earned a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology and a Bachelor of Science in Agriculture and Sustainable Systems from Berea College in Kentucky. She has tutored and mentored community school children, studied cultural anthropology in Kenya, and worked on organic farms in Ireland. Corina also … Read more

Heather Axford

Heather is a 2003 graduate of Vassar College with a major in History, and spent a semester studying at the Instituto Cultural in Oaxaca, Mexico. She served on the Executive Committee of Vassar College Hunger Action for three years, spent two summers working with the Poughkeepsie Farm Project and the … Read more

Dan Murphy

Dan is a graduate of the University of Notre Dame, where he majored in math and economics.  He completed a thesis project combining game theory and Northern Ireland politics based on research he conducted while in Belfast.  Dan also worked in a morgue for the Visible Human Project (a biomedical … Read more

Andrea Matsuoka

Andrea graduated with honors from Williams College, where she earned a Bachelor of Arts in political science.  She was an outreach coordinator and counselor for the Rape & Sexual Assault Network, served on the President-appointed Committee on Diversity and Community, worked as a Junior Advisor, and facilitated the student-run Williams … Read more

Kathleen Wood

Kathleen received her degree in Political Science and Psychology from Gonzaga University in 2005.  She has served as a mentor for at risk youth in public schools, coached Special Olympics, and worked on various projects involving immigration and youth leadership. Originally from Colorado, Kathleen interned for Senator Edward Kennedy in Washington, … Read more

Kate Mitchell-Tombras

Kate graduated magna cum laude from Duke University in 2004 with a degree in Public Policy Studies, Women’s Studies, and Spanish.  At Duke, Kate was active in student government, research, service learning, and campus dance organizations.  After graduation, she spent a year in Moshi, Tanzania as a Hart Fellow conducting … Read more