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Meet the 2022-2023 Hopkins Votes Student Ambassadors
Greta is a senior from Naperville ,Illinois majoring in Political Science and International Studies. She is a Woodrow Wilson Research Fellow and a member of JHU Public Policy Consulting, Political Science Steering Committee, Mock Trial, Hopkins Students Against Homelessness, Catholic Community at Hopkins and the JHU News-Letter.
Rishi is a junior Molecular & Cellular Biology major from Houston, Texas and aspiring physician-scientist. Rishi serves as Secretary & Resource Coordinator with Hopkins Votes after volunteering with Hopkins Votes for the past two years. He is also the Vice-President of Projects Direction & Lab Management at Agara Bio, an undergraduate-run community biology lab at Homewood.
Carolina is a sophomore from Houston, TX majoring in Public Health and Sociology. She is a member of the Latin based sorority, Hermandad de Sigma Iota Alpha, Inc. and also involved with JHU Public Policy Consulting and JHU Foreign Affairs Symposium.
Em is a junior Chemistry and Applied Mathematics and Statistics major from Winston-Salem, North Carolina. They serve as the Communications Coordinator for Hopkins Votes after volunteering with Hopkins Votes previously. They are the co-president of DSAGA (Diverse Sexuality and Gender Alliance) as well as the vice-president of the American Chemical Society Club at JHU. They are a PILOT Leader and TA for Organic Chemistry.
Samhi is a sophomore from Columbus, Ohio, majoring in Molecular and Cellular Biology and Political Science. On campus, she is also involved with the co-ed service fraternity Alpha Phi Omega, Advocates for Reproductive and Sexual Health, the Student Ethics Board and Food as Medicine.
Aamilah is a junior from Dallas, TX majoring in Biomedical Engineering and minoring in Psychology. On campus, she is involved in the HopkinsCORPS pre-orientation program, Baltimore First, is a First-Year Mentor, and is involved in research at the Johns Hopkins medical campus.
Jacquelyn is a sophomore from Hampstead, MD majoring in Political Science and Jazz Voice. Jacquelyn will be leading Hopkins Votes efforts on the Peabody Campus after being the Hopkins Votes Intern in early 2022. In addition to working for Hopkins Votes, she is also the Cross-Campus Liaison for PGA, the Peabody Student Government Association. Off campus, she is the co-president of the League of Women Voters of Carroll County MD.
Chris Park is a master’s student at the School of Advanced International Studies, concentrating in security, strategy, and statecraft and East Asia. He grew up in the suburbs of Chicago and currently lives in Washington D.C. Having been part of Hopkins Votes since his freshman year at Homewood, Chris will serve as the SAIS Campus Ambassador for the 2022-23 academic year.