Looking for a way to become civically active in 2020? Volunteer with Hopkins Votes, and make sure your colleagues and classmates are registered and ready!
With the general elections and the U.S. Census count, we need all hands on deck to make sure everyone at Hopkins is able to make their voice heard and be counted. Commit to action and sign-up to volunteer below.
Have questions? Contact HopkinsVotes@jhu.edu.
Meet the 2020-2021 Homewood Student Ambassadors
Chris Park ’23, Volunteer Coordinator
Chris is a sophomore studying International Studies from Glenview, Illinois. He has been part of Hopkins Votes since his freshman year and is excited to get every Hopkins student registered and ready. He currently is an editor of The Johns Hopkins News-Letter and the programming director of the Foreign Affairs Symposium. In his free time, he likes to read, watch Seinfeld, and go on the search for the best donut shop in Baltimore.
Greta Maras ’23, Digital Media Coordinator
Greta is a sophomore 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 Baltimore First. She has really enjoyed volunteering in and exploring Baltimore in her time as a student so far, and she is excited to continue doing so!
Nihaal Rahman ’21, Student Organization Coordinator
Nihaal is a senior from Cleveland, Ohio, studying Public Health and Environmental Science. Outside of Hopkins Votes, he is a member of APO, HOPthon, Blue Key Society, and is a resident advisor. He loves to hike, play the ukulele, and try out the various coffee shops around Baltimore.
Reshmi Patel ’22, Events and Resource Coordinator
Reshmi is a junior studying Biophysics and minoring in History, Physics, and Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies. She became a Hopkins Votes Ambassador to contribute to reducing voter suppression and voter apathy on campus and in Baltimore. Reshmi also works as a hotline responder and volunteer liaison for the Rape, Abuse, and Incest National Network (RAINN) and is a SEED Diversity Educator. She enjoys playing ultimate frisbee and rugby and making jigsaw puzzles in her free time.