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Angelina Clapp

Angelina Clapp is a Campus Vote Project Democracy Fellow for the James Madison Center for Civic Engagement. She is a Junior Political Science major with a minor in Humanitarian Affairs. In addition to her work at the Madison Center, she is an active member in her Sorority Delta Gamma, and Resources to Resources, a nonprofit organization supporting people in Haiti.

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Anna Connole

Anna Connole is one of two Campus Vote Project Democracy Fellows for the James Madison Center for Civic Engagement. A member of JMU's Class of 2021, she is pursuing majors in Political Science and Communication Studies with a minor in Honors Interdisciplinary Studies. In addition to her work at the Madison Center, Anna is a Senator serving on JMU's Student Government Association and a member of Campus Vote Project's 2019 Student Advisory Board. 

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Iyana Cooper-Deyo

Iyana Cooper-Deyo is the "Arc of Citizenship Experiential Learning Tour Fellow" at the James Madison Center for Civic Engagement. She is a sophomore political science major with a double minor in family studies and advocacy. In addition to working with The Madison Center, Iyana is a member of Women of Color and on the Community Engagement committee, and she also volunteers with On The Road, a non-profit youth empowerment organization that sets middle and high school youth on the road to college and career. 

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Ethan Gardner

Ethan Gardner is the Virginia State Politics Fellow for the James Madison Center for Civic Engagement. He is a Junior majoring in Political Science with minors in Public Policy and Administration and Honors Interdisciplinary Studies. In addition to his work with the Center, he is a Representative at the JMU Student Government Association and a Brother of the Phi Alpha Delta Pre-Law Fraternity.

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Julia Kravitz

Julia Kravitz is a Democracy Fellow at the James Madison Center for Civic Engagement. She is a senior majoring in Public Policy and Administration with a concentration in policy and a minor in Political Communication. 

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Aaliyah McLean

Aaliyah McLean is a Community Engagement and Outreach Fellow at the James Madison Center for Civic Engagement. She is a third-year Student studying Media Arts and Design with a concentration in Journalism at James Madison University. Along with her major, she double minors in both Sociology and Political Communication. In addition to her studies, Aaliyah is the Executive-Assistant for the Student Government Association, the Revitalizing President of Women of Color, a Spring 2018 Initiate of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated ®, and a council member on the Women of Madison Council. In her free time, Aaliyah loves to watch movies, shop locally, and spend time outside.

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Bryana Moore

Bryana “Bry” Moore is one of our Arc of Citizenship Experiential Learning Tour Fellows as a 4th year Public Policy and Administration major with a minor in Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies. A Henrico resident, Bry attends JMU through a full-scholarship from the Centennial Scholars Program. She serves as Diversity Chair for the Student Government Association, where she oversees projects that highlight multicultural student experiences on campus. Bry’s favorite areas of study: intersectionality, queer issues, mental health, history & social movements.

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