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.
Emma Hofman is a sophomore at Colby College; this is her second year as a Waterville Jewish Leadership Fellow. Last year she also taught at Beth Israel Congregation Hebrew School, and led a joint synagogue-Hillel Beit Midrash under the guidance of Religious Studies Faculty Fellow Anthony Wexler. She is a native of the Washington, D.C. area and graduated from Charles E. Smith Jewish Day School. She is an active member of the rugby team and sings a capella.
Jake Abbe-Schneider is an English/Studio Art double major, hailing from Pacific Palisades, California. He came to Maine to explore the landscape of the east coast but has since become civically engaged in the local community through the program Colby Cares About Kids. Jake has worked in the Colby Art Museum and hopes to explore the field of architecture this summer. He has helped coordinate the intergenerational Beit Midrash this year.