Communications Intern

Communications Intern

Posted on Interns on June 21, 2022

Haley Silva (she/her) is a Communications Intern at RepresentWomen from Salem, Oregon. She is a rising junior at Stanford University studying Political Science with a concentration in Elections, Representation, and Governance. After her undergraduate studies, Haley hopes to attend law school to gain the skills needed to work on the legal side of nonprofit work as a legal consultant. In her free time, Haley enjoys taking pictures on her film camera, lifting weights at the gym, and spending time with her friends and family!

Communications Intern

Posted on Interns on January 26, 2022

Ria Deshmukh is a Senior at Virginia Tech majoring in Criminology and Sociology. As a  college student, Ria believes that education should be used to create lasting change. She uses the things she learns in class to help the Blacksburg community by community organizing and spreading awareness. When she is not in school she enjoys painting, watching movies, and spending time with her loved ones. In the future, she hopes to go to grad school and work for a research institution.

Meet the Team: Sara

Posted on Blog by on November 17, 2020

Sara Ahmed is a freshman at American University with an intended major in Political Science and Sociology. Being a communications intern at Represent Women has helped her put her passion for gender equality, specifically in the political field, into action. She hopes to work on campaigns where women of color who look like her are running for public office in the future. Sara enjoys trying different places to eat and watching psychological thrillers in her free time.

Meet the Team: Alise

Posted on Blog by on November 17, 2020

My name is Alise Blūma, and I am a Communications Intern at RepresentWomen. Born and raised in a small Northern European country called Latvia, in 2018 I packed my life up in two suitcases and began my journey towards a Bachelor's Degree in Advertising and Public Relations at the University of Tampa.

Meet the Team: Taylor Herrick

Posted on Blog by on June 19, 2020

Meet the Team: Kaycie Goral

Posted on Blog on June 19, 2020

Meet the Team: Jordan

Posted on Blog on January 22, 2020

As a debater in high school, I was told to "cool it" or to "calm down" because I  was "too aggressive" at least once a tournament. It took me way too long to decipher the coded language saying that I wasn't allowed to raise my voice or make impassioned arguments because I was a woman in a male-dominated sport. No matter what I did to try to counteract it--causing me to question my likeability and personality--I would be docked points. So, in my junior year, I decided to lean into it. I became the very best pant-suit-and-stiletto-wearing-cheerleader-debater that my school had seen. It was unapologetically me.