Jada Harkins Andrews is a Junior at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill from Burlington, New Jersey. Double majoring in Broadcast and Electronic Journalism and Political Science, Jada is a part of a number of on-campus groups, such as Opeyo! Dance Company, the Ronald E. McNair Scholars Program, and the Minority Advising Program. She is an advocate for human rights and hopes to one day study constitutional law to aid in the protection of these rights.
At the Center, Jada manages social media output, helps to develop website design, and contributes to the overall communications strategy.
EMILY GOLDSTEIN | Communications Intern
Emily Goldstein is a native of North Carolina and a rising senior at the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill where she is a Robertson Scholar. She is a geography major with double minors in public policy and city and regional planning. As an aspiring urban planner and policy maker, Emily is deeply interested in the power of financial capital to transform households and communities for a more just and equitable future.
At the Center, Emily translates research into blog posts for a popular audience, helps with overall communications strategy, and is developing the CCC website.