Each chapter is also supported by chapter fellows — emerging scholars and advocates — who are are crucial to the success of our chapter’s program. We are excited to announce to following new chapter fellows joining our leadership teams this year:
Musbah Shaheen - Musbah is a doctoral student in the College of Education at the Ohio State University studying college outcomes, particularly interfaith learning and development.
Lisa Guida - Lisa is a PhD student at the Pennsylvania State University studying American Politics including as related to gender, sexuality, and race.
Rebecca Clendenen - Rebecca is a PhD Student in Political Science studying comparative politics with a focus on cultural identity formation at the University of Illinois Chicago
Kayla Marie Gurganus - Kayla is a graduate student in Political Science/Ecological Science and Engineering at Purdue University.
Leah Halliday - Leah is a doctoral candidate at the University of Louisville in Curriculum and Instruction with a focus in Literacies, Languages, Cultures, and Communities.
Los Angeles Unified
Alex Eleazar - Alex is a PhD student and University of California Santa Barbara Doctoral Scholar interested the experiences of LGBTQ migrants, with a focus on identity formation and transnational community ties.
Kyle Nelson - Kyle is a PhD Candidate in Sociology at the University of California, Los Angeles whose research focuses on eviction, housing policy, and inequalities in the civil justice system.
Paul Fink - Paul is a graduate student in the School of Computing and Information Science at the University of Maine studying technology education, user experience, and accessibility.
Lauren Nolan - Lauren is a Ph.D. student at the Rutgers Bloustein School with a background in fair lending, wealth creation, and financial systems reform.
Devin Wright - Devin is a graduate student in Sociology at Tulane researching the material and symbolic relationships between food production, climate, environment, and social structures.
New York City
Victoria Fix - Victoria is currently pursuing a Masters of Public Administration and is especially interested in policing, urban development and planning, and mass incarceration.
Kevan Malone - Kevan is a Ph.D. candidate in the Department of History at UC San Diego, interested in how urban growth impacts public health and natural resources across international borders.
Rho Townsley - Rho is a graduate student in political science at Vanderbilt with a focus on political violence, displacement, and political exclusion.