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Aylon Gipson is a native of Montgomery, Alabama, the birthplace of the civil rights movement. Gipson graduated from Booker T. Washington Magnet High School in Montgomery, Alabama, receiving awards in communications and law. Gipson received a full-ride servant leadership at Morehouse College, where he studies Economics. Aylon has a passion for service and is dedicated to helping … Read more

Tsar Blanchard is majoring in Political Science/Sociology as a Jr at Morehouse College. They are interested in the Civic Influencers team to reinforce their interpretation of responsibility for social causes and community building.

Christopher Ashman is an active member of the National Federation of the Blind since 2018 who strives to raise the expectations of blind people. After graduating from the Louisiana Center for the Blind, he has always had the passion of working with blind and visually impaired youth to increase their independence. He has volunteered with several … Read more

Arquimedes Rivero is a first year at the Honors College at Wolfson Campus majoring in History and Economics. As the child of Venezuelan immigrants, the intersection between politics and community were always at the forefront of Arquimedes’s upbringing. From an early age, Arquimedes could recognize the influence that political and economic histories of immigrants can have on the … Read more

Selene Ulloa is a 20 year-old business student. She is currently the President of the Rotaract Club of Miami Dade College. She is passionate about community service and helping others. Her goal is to make a positive change in her community and the people around her.

Parcel Stevens is a 21-year-old college student currently enrolled at Aims Community College, they also work at Aims part-time as part of the student ambassador team in the advising office. They love being a part of community projects and events, they helped paint a public piano mural at the Aims campus and volunteer regularly with different political … Read more

After completing his associates alongside his high school diploma, Dionisio Samora transferred to Colorado State University of Pueblo with plans to complete a bachelors in Mechanical and Electrical Engineering. His interest in policy and advocacy began with the non-profit organization, Young Invincibles, where he gained the knowledge and tools for proper advocacy. Learning the importance of getting young adults … Read more

As a first-gen Chicano student currently attending FRCC, Jose Perez Alonzo has hopes of being successful and able to not only provide for his family but his community as well. Currently he is studying to become a social worker, but as he is not 100% certain it will allow his goals to become a reality, he still considering … Read more

William Navarrete Moreno is a Public Health student at the University of Colorado Denver, passionately advocating for healthcare equity and policy reform. Born to undocumented immigrants from Guerrero, Mexico, his personal experiences inspire his commitment to transforming the American healthcare system. As the founder of the student organization, Coalition for Health Advancement and Narrowing Gaps in Equity, … Read more

Alyssa Hollos is a student at Colorado Mesa University, majoring in Sociology, with minors in Psychology and Women and Gender Studies. She is passionate about bettering the world we live in, and making the world a more inclusive place for all.