Meet the 2019-2020 class of Advocacy Corps Organizers. These 20 young adults from around the U.S. will be organizing their communities to end gun violence.
Newark, New Jersey Advocacy Corps Organizer
Brenda Martell Garcia is a junior at New Jersey Institute of Technology majoring in Biomedical Engineering with aspirations of becoming a surgeon.
Young Adult Program Administrative Consultant
Clare Carter is an administrative consultant for FCNL’s young adult program. She served as FCNL’s Virginia Advocacy Corps Organizer in 2019-2020.
Medford, Massachusetts Advocacy Corps Organizer
Fiona Davis-Walsh is currently a sophomore at Tufts University in Medford, Massachusetts, where she volunteers as a tutor for incarcerated students and serves on the Medford Human Rights Commission.
Athens, Ohio Advocacy Corps Organizer
Grace Anne Gasperson, a sophomore at Ohio University majoring in Global Studies, has a deep appreciation for culture which fuels an even greater passion for learning languages, which helps her engage people across linguistic boundaries.
Fayetteville, Arkansas Advocacy Corps Organizer
Hope Davenport is a junior at the University of Arkansas majoring in Political Science and International Studies with a minor in Communication.
Birmingham, Alabama Advocacy Corps Organizer
Jones Willingham is a junior at Samford University majoring in Law, Politics, and Society with a minor in Spanish. Jones is a musician that has worked with organizations such as RAINN, Neverthirst, and Sidewalk Film Festival.
Raleigh, North Carolina Organizer
As a passionate, determined and driven young lady, Jordan Rozier is a junior at Saint Augustine’s University, Raleigh, NC, majoring in Business Administration.
Orem, Utah Advocacy Corps Organizer
Justin Marks is a recent graduate of Utah Valley University. He will be applying to multiple MSW programs in the upcoming years with the goal of becoming a social worker.
Milwaukee, Wisconsin Advocacy Corps Organizer
Kessia is passionate about restorative justice as a method of conflict resolution and is excited to apply it’s fundamental elements of empathy and understanding circumstance to the difficult dialogue surrounding gun violence.
Oxford, Mississippi Advocacy Corps Organizer
Kynnedi is a senior in the Trent Lott Leadership Institute of the University of Mississippi pursuing a degree in Public Policy Leadership.
Sarasota, Florida Advocacy Corps Organizer
Ormond Derrick is a senior Honors student at New College of Florida majoring in Political Science and Global Health with a minor in Spanish Language and Culture.
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