Sarah Sibley

Sarah, a native of the Mississippi Delta, graduated from the University of Notre Dame in 2005, completing her BA in History and Political Science with a concentration in African-American Studies.  At Notre Dame, Sarah studied the role of race and ethnicity in social policy, worked as an economic and community … Read more

Shanique Streete

Shanique is a 2006 graduate of Tufts University where she majored in English and Women’s Studies. At Tufts, Shanique became certified as a Massachusetts rape crisis counselor, volunteered with the Student Sexual Assault Response Assistance, and served as a tutor. She also studied in Ghana for a semester and then returned there … Read more

Srinidhi Vijaykumar

Srinidhi graduated with a degree in history from Stanford University in 2005.  At Stanford, she served as a residential counselor, participated in an Alternative Spring Break addressing education issues in California, and taught a high school history seminar about the Cold War.  Srinidhi has also completed internships at Miriam’s Kitchen … 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

Amrit Mehra

Amrit is a 2006 graduate of the University of Chicago with a BA in Public Policy Studies.  On campus, he developed an educational program for youth designed to curb racial profiling and police brutality through the student ACLU chapter.  Amrit spent a summer in the Philippines working with the NGO … Read more

Sindri McDonald

Sindri graduated from Saint Mary’s College of Maryland in 2006 with a degree in Political Science and a minor in Women, Gender, and Sexuality studies.  Prior to attending college Sindri received Amnesty International’s 2001 Patrick Stewart Human Rights Scholarship and spent six months working on issues of hunger and poverty … Read more

Nick Maryns

A lifelong resident of Minnesota, Nick graduated summa cum laude from St. Olaf College in 2004 with a degree in Mathematics.  In college, Nick built houses in New Orleans with Habitat for Humanity, studied abroad in Hungary, and authored three research papers on various mathematical topics.  Nick worked for two … Read more

Megan Lent

Megan graduated from Cornell University with honors in 2006 with a degree in Human Biology, Health and Society.  She completed an honors thesis on rural food insecurity, served as a teaching assistant for a human sexuality course, and regularly organized blood drives. Megan was also a member of the Student Advisory … Read more

Takhani Kromah

Originally from Liberia, Takhani moved to Maryland in 1986.  She graduated from Tufts University in 2006 with a degree in Political Science and a minor in African Studies.  Highlights of her undergraduate career include a trip to Sierra Leone where she filmed a documentary on amputated war victims titled Voices … Read more

Amelia Kaye

Originally from Massachusetts, Amelia graduated with Highest Honors and Phi Beta Kappa from the University of North Carolina with a BA in Political Science and a minor in Spanish. She served as co-president of a mentoring organization, vice-president of a race-relations committee, representative on the library’s Board of Directors, and director and actor in several … Read more

Jamillah Jordan

Jamillah graduated Phi Beta Kappa from the University of California, Santa Cruz with a BA in Psychology and Community Studies in 2004. She has researched the effects of globalization and free trade on indigenous youth in Chiapas, Mexico and coordinated several teach-ins in California to raise awareness and link the political and … Read more