Our Leaders

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Allison Woodworth

Allison is a RUE student concentrating in Urban Studies. She has no class year. It’s complicated. Don’t ask. She spent two years at Bryn Mawr College, two years in AmeriCorps, and two years knitting her first (and probably only) scarf; her next project will be baby hats. She jumped at the chance to serve as a Community Fellow because it aligns with her interest in community engagement, advocacy, and getting to know Providence. She enjoys Settlers of Catan, word puzzles, and Dunkin Donuts coffee. She splits her time between San Diego, CA; Portland, OR; and the fiction stacks in the Rock basement.

Kayla

Kayla Fisher

Kayla is a sophomore from Newport, Rhode Island concentrating in neuroscience. In high school, she led a student outreach group, and she joined HOPE during her first semester at Brown to keep fighting the issue of homelessness in Rhode Island. Currently, she coordinates the Nighttime Outreach program. She participates in a variety of direct service, fundraising and educational events.

1798003_739708822732147_8704326594277902365_nBrian Gilbert – Community Fellow

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Jeanine Mojum – Events  Coordinator

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10981074_940903805920484_3299859465142329349_oBrandon Dale – Outreach

“Being involved with HOPE has definitely been one of the most important things that I’ve participated in while at Brown. Being able to work with such an awesome group of community members on difficult issues is truly an honor. I’m always amazed at how dedicated our HOPE members are and working with them is always a pleasure. As the Outreach Co-coordinator this year, I’ve been able to see how the more logistical side of HOPE operates, and it’s been a worthwhile experience that I look forward to continuing.”

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Jackson Cantrell – Social Media

Jackson is a sophomore from Seattle who loves Rock Climbing, and Backpacking. In addition to working on the website and Facebook pages, he is currently involved in the HOPE advocacy team, which carries out a variety of projects to help the homeless in Rhode Island at a system level. His favorite activity with HOPE is lobbying at the Rhode Island state capital to help convince legislators to support actions that will make a difference.