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Tiffany Hendricks – University of Florida, 2010 Graduate – Political Science and International Relations

Tiffany Hendricks was born in Brooklyn, NY and raised by Jamaican parents in South Florida. In 2010 she graduated with a Bachelor’s in Political Science with a concentration in International Relations from the University of Florida.  Upon graduation she entered Teach for America where her passion for social justice issues were ignited.  Her experience as […]

Pablo Terraza – Florida International University – Public Administration and Non-Profit Management

Pablo Terraza is a twenty five-year old student currently majoring in Public Administration and Non-Profit Management at Florida International University. . He was born in Guatemala and moved to Florida when he was 11 years old. Throughout high school and college he was exposed to the importance of community outreach and volunteer service. Prior to […]

Nicolas Wulff – Florida International University – Political Science and Economics

Nicolas Wulff is a twenty-two year old student organizer currently attending Florida International University majoring in Political Science and Minoring in Economics. He is interested in social justice and political organizations because of the work and change that comes along with them. He was first exposed to this “world” while attending Miami Dade College where […]

Katriñe Arnedo – University of Miami – International Studies and Political Science

Katriñe Arnedo was raised in Boulder, Colorado and relocated to Miami in 2010 to pursue a dual degree in International Studies and Political Science at the University of Miami. She is a sister of Delta Delta Delta, Membership Coordinator of UM Young and College Democrats, Philanthropy Co-Chair of the Greek Week Executive Board, student liaison […]

Glenn Hernandez – Economics

Glenn Hernandez was born in Caracas, Venezuela. When Glenn was 5 years old, he migrated to the United States with his mom and brother, to pursue a better life. He and his family overstayed their ‘visitor visa’ and were pronounced as undocumented immigrants. The status of being an undocumented child, exposed Glenn to different intersections […]

Amanda Costa – University of Miami – Psychology, Philosophy and Criminology

Amanda Costa is a University of Miami junior studying psychology, philosophy, and criminology. Her interests lie in people and society; how the human mind and societal structures operate. It was through education that she became aware of the social injustices and inequalities taking place in our society, and decided that she wanted to make a […]

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