meet the team


Meet the Team: Julia

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Meet the Team: Gabriela

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Meet the Team: Emily

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Meet the Team: Cameryn

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Meet the Team: Anna Keilly

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Meet the Team: Anna

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Meet the Team: Angelica

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Meet the Team: Alexis

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My name is Alexis and I am a nonprofit leadership and development intern for RepresentWomen, as well as a second-year graduate student at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro, majoring in International Peace Development. What brought me to RepresentWomen was being able to join a team that helps serve the underserved and help reform broken systems. I hope to learn how to effectively run a nonprofit and learn about different ways of campaigning that I can take with me to my future career. My future career goal is to open and run orphanages in conflict zones to protect children from trafficking or recruitment. I hope to take with me from this internship leadership, advocacy, and what it means to actively fight against and reform broken systems.


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: Sarika

Posted on Blog on November 17, 2020

Being a woman of color who is deeply committed to equity and equality, I look forward to working to reduce the gap in representation to create a legislature that is not only gender balanced but ethnically diverse. Gender disparities exist everywhere - politics, science, business, you name it - there is a lack of female leadership. This can only change when our representation and our leaders include more women. As an outreach intern for RepresentWomen, I’m excited to advocate and push for a more gender balanced cabinet in the upcoming elections.