I graduated from Arizona State University with a degree in Political Science and Justice Studies. I was the Vice President of Events for the BridgeASU chapter in 2018/2019. “When we speak we are afraid our words will not be heard nor welcomed. But when we are silent, we are still afraid. So it is better to speak.” -Audre Lorde
I direct chapter presidents and coordinate with school administrators for events. I also am the Executive Development Editor of Bridge: A Journal of Diverse Perspectives, our academic journal, and handle internal document communications.
I am a senior at Kenyon College who founded Kenyon’s BridgeUSA chapter in the fall of 2018. I study Political Science and History and work in the field of educational access. “One person plus one typewriter constitutes a movement.” —Pauli Murray
I am a senior at Arizona State University studying Political Science and Civic & Economic Thought & Leadership. I am also serving as the President of the BridgeASU chapter for the 2019/2020 academic year. “We do not learn from experience… we learn from reflecting on experience” — John Dewey
Recent graduate in Business, Operations Research & Design exploring the human factors behind good governance around the world. Love cooking, origami, hiking and binge watching Netflix. Feel free to talk to me about growth hacking, cricket, and memes! “And in knowing that you know nothing, that makes you the smartest of all.”
I am an undergrad student at Arizona State University studying journalism, business and political science. I have worked on PR strategy, event planning, graphic design and building media connections at the Bridge Arizona State chapter. The best way to predict the future is to create it – Abraham Lincoln
As of this spring, I will have completed my Honors BS in Psychology at Oregon State University. My role in BridgeUSA involves maintaining our Instagram and designing marketing graphics. Outside of Bridge, I spend most of my time bouldering with friends or avoiding writing my thesis. “Goodness is the only investment that never fails” – Henry David Thoreau
I am from Maryland, a proudly purple state. I studied Molecular Neurobiology at UCBerkeley. I am forever a fan of the Ravens and an advocate for the Chesapeake Bay as the real Bay Area. “Worry is a waste of time, and ain’t time all we got.”
I founded the ASU chapter back in the height of the drama that was the 2016 election. I currently work as an engineer for Raytheon Missile Systems. Aspiring to run for local office one day. “Confidence may breed success, but integrity and morality establish a lasting impact.”
“Trevor Kann is an engineer from Arizona State University who is passionate about creating a civil environment to discuss issues with others. He tries to use his technical training to help Bridge through data automation and analytics.”
Trevor is studying Communication and Political Science at Oregon State University. He is passionate about investigating the beliefs and values that undergird the diverse perspectives in the American political discourse. His friends appreciate his tendency to pick arguments with them.