Adrienne Carmack is a senior at Colby College, where she studies Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies; Education; and Data Science. Originally from Veazie, Maine, Adrienne is passionate about social justice, particularly sexual violence prevention and education access. She is an AmeriCorps alum and a current board member of Hardy Girls Healthy Women.
Valerie Mejia is part of the Colby College class of 2019 and is a Psychology major interested in Lifespan Development Psychology. She was born in Plantation, Florida, but has spent most of her life moving back and forth between Manizales, Colombia and Medellín, Colombia, and different towns in Florida. She participated in the most recent Maine Conference for Jewish Life, is going to be a member of Colby Hillel for the second year in a row, and is excited to be a Waterville Jewish Leadership Fellow this year. She is considering minoring in Religious Studies, is a member of SOBLU (Student Organized Black and Latinx Unity), works in the Career Center as a Career Fellow, and volunteers at the Colby College Social Development Lab working on domestic violence research.