A Brooklyn native and first-generation Haitian-American, Jennifer Blemur is a licensed attorney living in the District of Columbia. A graduate of the David A. Clarke School of Law, Jennifer is committed to advancing the public welfare of the disenfranchised and creating transformative policy that will benefit all Americans.
Sustainability Policy Analyst
Gben Dasylva is an expert in conflict mapping, an outstanding researcher and educator with a passion for research in resilience, sustainable development and conflict analysis/resolution.
Cory is a politics and policy professional skilled in policy analysis, writing, and reporting. A North Carolina Native and Duke University Alumna, she moved to Washington, D.C. to create policy solutions to manage the social inequalities created by disruptive technologies, explore civil rights in the information technology space, and bridge the culture gaps between technology innovation and government.
Peace builder + Staff Writer
Natalia is a refugee resettlement peace builder. She moved to Washington D.C. to pursue her Masters in Public Policy a year after receiving her B.A. in history. She consults with nonprofits and hopes to build networks of peacemakers in fragile context states. Natalia is also the founder of the More Than a Pretty Face podcast – a show that seeks to empower women by sharing their stories.
Brittany R. Boston is a journalist and radio host from Prince George's County, Maryland. She has combined her loves of writing, interviewing, community service, and politics to create a more knowledgeable and politically aware community.
Kwame Ismail [b. Kyle Edwards] is a self-described aesthetic engineer. He is an ethnographic filmmaker, sociology professor, study abroad professional, music enthusiast, and global diaspora cultural connoisseur from Washington D.C.
His film work specializes in the experiences of the African Diaspora. His sociological perspective is grounded in symbolic interactionism and conflict theory. And, he is a proud member of Groove Phi Groove SFI.