Location: Chicago

March 2017

Max Rothstein

Max Rothstein is an economic analyst affiliated with Coherent Economics and Compass Lexecon. Prior to entering litigation-focused consulting, Max worked with the Illinois Department of Labor, as well as for the 2012 Obama National Finance Team on grassroots fundraising, market, … Continue reading

1st Mar, 2017

Ali Schneiderman

Ali Schneiderman teaches 2nd grade at Jungman Elementary School, a public school in the Pilsen neighborhood of Chicago. She strives to create a classroom environment where students study the harsh realities of the current world, and then dream and work … Continue reading

1st Mar, 2017

Ricky Hill

Ricky Hill is a Jewish, chronically ill, transmasculine rabble-rouser originally from Oklahoma, radicalized in New Mexico, and currently living in Chicago, Illinois. Their work within Northwestern University’s Institute for Sexual and Gender Minority Health and Wellbeing utilizes mixed-methods approaches to … Continue reading

1st Mar, 2017

Liz Jones

Liz Jones serves as a program coordinator at One Million Degrees (OMD), where she supports low-income community college students in Chicago as they persist toward graduation. Before OMD, Liz served as a RISE Fellow through New Sector Alliance, an intensive … Continue reading

1st Mar, 2017

Hannah Letchinger

Hannah Letchinger is currently a graduate student in DePaul University’s School Counseling Program. She hopes to provide support to young people in their transitions out of high school into college and career. While serving as an AmeriCorps member with College … Continue reading

1st Mar, 2017

Benjamin Bernard-Herman

Benjamin Bernard-Herman grew up in Oakland, California and graduated in 2014 from Swarthmore College with a B.A. in sociology and anthropology. He has been active in movements for food justice, climate justice and Jewish anti-occupation work. He is currently a … Continue reading

1st Mar, 2017

Lauren Henderson

Lauren Henderson grew up in a small but mighty Jewish community in Spartanburg, South Carolina as part of an interfaith family and went from there to Rice University in Houston, where she graduated cum laude in religious studies and history. … Continue reading

1st Mar, 2017

Hannah Barg

Hannah Barg is a St. Louis native with a passion for education, radio and storytelling. Hannah graduated from Mount Holyoke College in 2014 with a B.A. in Anthropology. After college, she worked for a college access program as an AmeriCorps … Continue reading

1st Mar, 2017

Aaron Voldman

Aaron Voldman works as a SOAR Specialist at the Aids Foundation of Chicago Center for Housing and Health.  He is a non-attorney disability representative for clients experiencing chronic homelessness and mental health or substance use disorders.  As a Dorot Fellow … Continue reading

1st Mar, 2017

Rachel Mayo

Rachel Mayo was born and raised in Queens, New York. She earned a B.A. in Psychology, Legal Studies, and Social Justice & Social Policy from Brandeis University, after which she moved to Chicago to join Teach for America.  In June … Continue reading

1st Mar, 2017
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