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Carmen is currently a senior at Arizona State University in Tempe, AZ. She has obtained an International Business certificate and is expected to earn a BS in Global Politics and a minor in Spanish Language. Her interest in politics began when she was in high school after enjoying her history classes so she is trying to gain the most experience she can in order to see where her focus will end up going forward.
Sara is an incoming sophomore at Arizona College Prep Academy in central Tucson, Arizona. She brings a passion for civic engagement and community building into the work she does for Arizona List and other networks.
Alexandra grew up in Arizona and is currently an incoming junior at Lewis and Clark College in Portland, Oregon. She’s double majoring in International Affairs and Hispanic Studies.
Maya has been working to elect Democrats since she was nine years old. Now she’s a junior at the University of Arizona studying political science and history. She spent the last two years working on the Tucson City elections in 2017 as an intern, and then the 2018 midterm as a staff member at the Pima County Democratic Party. Her favorite thing to do (besides studying or working) is travel, and she plans to visit all seven continents someday.
Skye Paulus is a freshman at The Gregory School in Tucson Arizona. Her love for politics started when her mother made her a member of Arizona List at just one year old.
“Arizona List has shown me through organization and commitment there is the opportunity for empowerment of all people. I learned so much about how to recruit people and organize volunteers for local campaigns as well as statewide events. Through Arizona List, I obtained skills of leadership,service, and commitment that I hope to build on.”
“Being an intern for Arizona List revealed to me just how critical individual participation in local politics matters. Phonebanking, canvassing, and interacting directly with campaigns, I saw firsthand how excited people were to vote for progressive candidates for office, and I saw how dire the need for progressive policy was in some of our underserved communities.”
“Interning with Arizona List has been a truly inspirational experience for me; to see strong, intelligent women standing up on the stage of the political world and proclaiming that they will make their voice heard and they will fight for what is important to them and to all women. The strength and determination that they showed me is something that will continue to inspire me and drive me forward in all other aspects of my life.”
Breanna is a senior at Arizona State University majoring in Justice Studies and a member of the Pre-Law Society at ASU. Her interests include reading about current and previous world events, kickboxing, spending time with family and exploring this beautiful country.
Victoria Stratton is a sophomore at Arizona State University majoring in Political Science through the school of Politics and Global Studies.
Audrianna is a Sophomore at Northern Arizona University double majoring in Social Work and Crime and Criminal Justice.
“Pursuing my Bachelors in Public Health with a minor in International Relations at Northern Arizona University, I strive to become a well-rounded, dedicated civil servant. Recently, I have worked as the Senate Clerk and been elected as a Senator for Northern Arizona University’s undergraduate student government, ASNAU.”
Allison Sluga is a sophomore at Arizona State University double majoring in Political Science as well as Public Service and Public Policy with a concentration in Law and Policy. Allison is also minoring in Spanish and is working to complete certificates in International Studies and Latin American Studies.
Nicole Morote is a student from Lima, Peru starting her second year at Barrett, the Honors College in Arizona State University. She’s a double major in Marketing and Civic and Economic Thought and Leadership, with a minor in Spanish Literature.
Alexa Martinez is a recent graduate of the University of Arizona, majoring in Criminal Justice and minoring in Psychology. She is currently living in Tucson and plans to apply to Graduate school for Forensic Psychology in the fall.
“I am an incoming senior at Arizona State University studying Communication and Marketing. I am involved in the Leadership Scholarship Program – an organization built to hone in on students’ leadership development. On top of that, I am a part of Changemaker Central at ASU which is a student run program that focuses on innovation, volunteering and civic engagement.”
Samantha is a Junior at the University of Arizona pursuing a B.S. in Criminal Justice and Public Policy and a B.A. in Law.
Katie Hull is a sophomore at the University of Arizona double majoring in Political Science and Spanish. She is originally from the Portland, Oregon area but has grown to love living in the desert.
Jane Garza is a senior at the University of Arizona studying political science and economics. Originally from Texas, she has developed an interest in Arizona politics.
Alexis is a junior at Northern Arizona University studying political science, international affairs, and French. She was born in New Orleans, Louisiana but went to high school in Tucson, Arizona.
Kendyl is a junior at the University of Arizona pursuing a major in law with a minor in history. After undergrad she hopes to go to law school to become a family lawyer focusing on child advocacy.
Ashna is a junior at BASIS Peoria High School. She’s been very involved with politics with leadership positions with the High School Democrats of Arizona and Next Generation Politics (NGP).
Emma Encinas is a sophomore at the University of Arizona. She is double majoring in PPEL (Politics, Philosophy, Economics, and Law) and Classics with an emphasis in Latin.
Missy is currently a junior at the University of Arizona double majoring in Political Science with an emphasis in International Relations along with Middles Eastern and Northern African Studies.
Lucia is a Tucson Native, having attended and graduated from University High School in 2013. Lucia then attended Northeastern University, as a National Hispanic Scholar.