Aleta Sprague

Originally from Virginia, Aleta graduated from New York University in 2008 with a degree in anthropology and French. She earned a J.D. from UCLA in 2011, specializing in critical race studies. Aleta has interned with the ACLU and World Health Organization, served as Editor-in-Chief of a law journal, and managed … Read more

John Pevy

A Knoxville, Tennessee native, John graduated with honors from Rhodes College in 2011 with a degree in history. As a Bonner Service Scholar, he worked to address homelessness, serving as a charter member of the service organization Advocates for the Homeless, and coordinating the group for three years.  John also … Read more

Jasmine Mickens

Born in Newark, New Jersey, Jasmine graduated from Denison University with an interdisciplinary degree in communication, biology, and Spanish. During her undergraduate career at Denison University she served as a leader in her sorority and worked extensively on education, social justice, and community engagement issues. She has worked as a … Read more

Christina Martinez

Originally from Evanston, Illinois, Christina graduated from Tufts University in 2010 with a double major in political science and community health.  At Tufts, Christina served as a leader in her sorority, volunteered with National Student Partnerships, and interned at a local high school. She also participated in service projects addressing … Read more

Hiram Lopez

Originally from San Diego, California, Hiram graduated from the University of California Santa Barbara in 2010 with degrees in political science and sociology. Hiram recently completed the NYC Urban Fellows program at the New York City Police Department where he worked on public policy related to crime control, criminal prosecutions, … Read more

Montae Langston

Originally from Fairfield, California, Montae studied political science at the University of California Los Angeles, graduating Phi Beta Kappa in 2011. He co-founded a program for current and former foster youth, served as the Chair of the Legislative Committee for California Youth Connection, and interned at the D.C. Superior Court. … Read more

Harvir Kaur

Harvir moved to New Jersey from India when she was nine years old. She graduated from Johns Hopkins University with a degree in political science in 2011. She has worked on several social justice projects, including an analysis of the barriers to low-income people’s access to dental health care services, … Read more

Samantha Hodges

Originally from St. Paul, Minnesota, Samantha graduated in 2011 from Wesleyan University with a degree in sociology and environmental studies, concentrating in public health. Samantha has worked as a social studies teacher in Minneapolis, welfare rights intern in East Harlem, hunger outreach worker in Middletown, Connecticut, and prison workshop leader … Read more

Angelynn Hermes

Originally from Tucson, Arizona, Angelynn graduated from the University of Southern California in 2011 with degrees in French and economics. She has engaged in civic service around the issue of homelessness through Los Angeles by founding a politically active soup kitchen and interning at the Downtown Women’s Center. She also … Read more

Sabrina Hamm

Sabrina grew up in San Diego, California and graduated from the University of California, Berkeley in 2011 with a degree in peace and conflict studies. Sabrina is the co-founder and President of Spread the Word, an academic outreach and mentoring program that empowers under-resourced high school students to pursue higher … Read more

Theo Gibbs

Born in Argentina and raised in Arizona, Theo Gibbs graduated with a degree in anthropology from Stanford University in 2011. Theo served as president of Students for a Sustainable Stanford, and worked on multiple campus initiatives focused on environmental sustainability, including the creation of a two acre educational organic production … Read more

Thomas Furstenberg-Carroll

Originally from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Tom graduated from Northeastern University in 2009 with a degree in economics. He then worked as an AmeriCorps VISTA providing free income tax preparation services for low income Philadelphians through a volunteer income tax (VITA) organization. He later served as a New York State AmeriCorps member … Read more