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Abigail Cundiff

Abigail is a junior in the College of Arts and Sciences from the Chicagoland area. She majors in History and Economics. She joined the Cornell Roosevelt Institute in Fall 2017 and is the Economic Policy Center Director. She is interested in financial market regulation and the ability of certain economic tools and policies to mitigate the effects of climate change. She is also a frequent Amtrak rider and proponent of public transit. Additionally, Abigail is a member of the Cornell Global Economics and Finance Society and a brother of Phi Alpha Delta pre-law fraternity. She has enjoyed internships as a Compliance intern at Raymond James Financial Services and a Trial Unit intern at the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission.


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Alicia Duran

Alicia is a senior in the College of Human Ecology majoring in health care policy. She has been a member of Roosevelt since spring 2020. Alicia is interested in the role of healthcare organization in achieving health equity. Outside of Roosevelt, Alicia is a Human Ecology Ambassador and a Cornell Tradition Fellow.


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Ashni Verma

Ashni is a junior in the School of Industrial and Labor Relations with a minor in International Relations. She joined Roosevelt in Spring 2019 and has since worked both in the Education and Advocacy centers. This past summer she conducted research on corporate social responsibility policies in Zambian copper mines in conjunction with ActionAid Zambia. In addition to her work with the Cornell Roosevelt Institute, Ashni is an undergraduate research fellow for the ILR Worker Institute and is on the executive boards for Nazaqat (an Indian dance team) and the Cornell ACLU.


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Avraham Spraragen

Avraham Spraragen is a senior in A&S, majoring in Government with a double minor in Near Eastern Studies and History. He spent his junior year abroad at the London School of Economics. Avraham previously studied the Arab-Israeli conflict at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and Tel Aviv University, interned at think tanks worldwide, and addressed the UN Human Rights Council. He is currently interning at Mitvim - The Israeli Institute for Regional Foreign Policies.


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Collin Kane

Collin is a Junior in the College of Arts & Sciences. He joined Roosevelt in Spring of 2020. Collin serves as an Analyst in the Center for Economic Policy.


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Daniel Wrenn

Daniel is a junior in the College of Human Ecology studying policy analysis and management. He has been a member of Roosevelt since spring 2020. Dan is especially interested in the economic intersections of environmental, energy, and agricultural policy. This past summer, he worked at the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority, working on clean transportation initiatives. He also spent this past fall semester working for his Congressman on Capitol Hill. Contact him at [email protected]


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Dylan Nezaj

Dylan is a senior in the College of Arts and Sciences. He is pursuing a major in economics and government and a law and society minor. Dylan has been with Roosevelt since the fall semester of 2017. He is particularly interested in energy, transportation, and infrastructure policy, in addition to congressional affairs and New York politics. Dylan spent last fall semester interning with the Solar Energy Industries Association in Washington, DC and is currently an intern with NYSERDA.


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Emily Boldt

Emily is a sophomore in the Dyson School majoring in Applied Economics and Management. She joined Roosevelt in the fall of 2019, and is interested in policies regarding economics and agriculture. On campus Emily is a Teaching Assistant for Financial Accounting, and is involved in the Society of Women in Business, Cornell Value Investing Club, and serves as a Social Media Ambassador for Cornell Undergraduate Admissions. She interned for the Cornell Cooperative Extension and worked on developing an Agricultural and Farmland Protection Plan.


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Emma Jelliffe

Emma is a junior in the College of Human Ecology at Cornell University, majoring in Health Care Policy and minoring in Spanish and Inequality Studies. Outside of Roosevelt, she is also involved in Cornell University Sustainable Design, Outdoor Odyssey, and the Women's Club Lacrosse team.


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Garry Blum

Garry is a sophomore in the College of Arts and Sciences where he is pursuing a major in economics and a minor in philosophy. He has been with the Roosevelt Institute's Center for Economic Policy since he first enrolled last semester and is currently engaged in research regarding American anti-trust policy. Outside of Roosevelt, Garry has held internships at BMW North America's legal department and as an analyst at YD Development. He plans to attend law school after graduation.


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George Sarbinowski

George Sarbinowski is in Cornell A&S class of '24, majoring in Government. He joined CRI in the fall of 2020, and is an analyst in the Foreign Policy Center. Apart from Roosevelt, George volunteers as a ski patroller and is a cadet in Cornell's AROTC battalion.


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Hannah Ritter

Hannah is a sophomore in the School of Industrial and Labor Relations minoring in education. This is her second semester in the Cornell Roosevelt Institute. Hannah is interested in education and immigration policy, and she hopes to become a lawyer or educator in the future. This past summer, she did research on labor policy at the ILR Worker Institute in New York City, and she advocated for low wage, contingent laborers. On campus, she is a member of the Cornell Class Notes a cappella group (check us out on Spotify).


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Jack Carlos Mindich

Jack is a junior in the College of Arts and Sciences majoring in history. He joined the Roosevelt Institute in the fall of 2017 and served as the Director of the Foreign Policy Center for three semesters. In addition to his work with Roosevelt, he serves as the Editor-in-Chief of the Cornell International Affairs Review and has worked for criminal justice, government, and policy groups-- most recently for the Columbia Institute of Tele-Information at Columbia University.


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Jacob Recht

Jacob is a sophomore in the College of Arts and Sciences studying economics and information science. He is interested in public policy, especially with regards to consumers' rights in technology. He has been in the Roosevelt Institute since the Spring of 2020 and is in the Domestic Policy center. Outside of Roosevelt, Jacob is in the Cornell Economics Society and a social fraternity. Contact him at [email protected]


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Julia Eddelbuettel

Julia is a sophomore studying Policy Analysis and Management in the College of Human Ecology at Cornell University. She is interested the the intersection of economics and public health and quantitative approaches to solving public health issues. On campus, Julia is a teaching assistant, a research assistant in a lab that analyzes the effect of health product advertising on health outcomes, the co-founder and Vice President of One Love at Cornell, and a member of Consent Ed.


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Justin Wang

Justin is a Junior in the College of Arts and Sciences pursuing a double major in economics and philosophy. He joined Roosevelt in the spring of 2019 and is most interested in policy concerning higher education. Last summer he did a research internship at the Social Science Research Council.


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Karim Farhat

Karim, class of '22, is an economics major on a Pre-Med track in the College of Arts and Sciences. He is an Economic Policy Analyst for the Roosevelt Institute and is known for his love of Lebanon, liberty, and fiscal conservatism in that exact order.


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Kayla Zhang

Kayla is a sophomore in the College of Arts and Sciences majoring in the biological sciences and minoring in public policy and global health. She has been a member of the Roosevelt Institute since Spring 2020. Kayla loves painting and playing the drums, and is a proud member of the Cornell Juggling Club. Contact her at [email protected]


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Kevin Zong

Kevin is a junior in the College of Arts and Sciences pursuing a major in government. He has been with Roosevelt since the spring of 2018. Kevin is especially passionate about comparative politics, focusing primarily on East and Southeast Asia. Outside of Roosevelt, Kevin is involved with Asian-American Intervarsity and the Assorted Aces.


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Louise Wang

Louise is a freshman from New York City in the College of Arts and Sciences, where she is a Government major. Apart from being a foreign policy analyst at the Roosevelt Institute, she is also a member of PREP


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Magda Smith

Magda Smith is an analyst in the Domestic Policy Center majoring in Government. She is interested in creating positive change through policy and promoting nuanced discussions. In addition to being part of the Roosevelt Institute, Magda is a 2020 United Nations Association Emerging Leader, a representative to the Tompkins County Youth Services Board, a 2019 United Nations Youth Ambassador, and a two-time research presenter at Ithaca College’s “Pippi to Ripley” academic conference. Over the summer and autumn of 2020, she worked as a researcher with the Global Student Policy Alliance to create a database of global climate policy. 


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Meera Balaji

Meera is the Editor in Chief and a sophomore in the school of Industrial and Labor Relations. Outside of Roosevelt, Meera is also an analyst at Cornell Venture Capital and is a member of a social sorority. This past summer, she was a Venture Fellow at Type One Ventures and a Special Projects intern at Scout.


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Rachel Armstrong

Rachel is a junior in the school of Human Ecology at Cornell University, majoring in human biology, health, and society, and minoring in health policy and gerontology. Rachel joined the Roosevelt Institute in Fall 2018. She enjoys writing about pain management, healthcare in prisons, community health initiatives, and the well-being of the elderly. Outside of Roosevelt, Rachel is co-president of Science Olympiad, an orientation supervisor, a brother of APO, a community service fraternity, and involved in the Cornell Tradition.


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Samantha Lustig

Samantha is a junior in the School of Industrial and Labor Relations pursuing minors in Spanish and information science. She has been an active member of Roosevelt since Fall 2017. Samantha is interested in voting reform, disability policy, and the impact of technology on the workforce. On campus, she is a research fellow at The Worker Institute, a member of the Student Assembly City and Local Affairs Committee, and a member of the Kappa Alpha Pi pre-law fraternity. This past summer, Samantha conducted research on organizational support for parents of children with intellectual disabilities for a non-profit in Lusaka, Zambia.


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Scott Siegel

Scott is a freshman studying Industrial and Labor Relations in the ILR School. He is interested in organized labor, economic development, and the transition to a 21st century workforce. He joined the Center for Economic Policy at the Roosevelt Institute in Fall 2020. When not scrolling on Twitter, Scott is likely in a Cornell Speech and Debate Society meeting, rooting for a New York sports team, or working on NYC environmental policy for TREEage.


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Stella Linardi

Stella is a sophomore in the Industrial and Labor Relations School at Cornell University interested in public policy, law, and labor rights. In addition to being the Communications Director and a Domestic Policy analyst in the Cornell Roosevelt Institute, she is a part of the Cornell DREAM Team, the Cornell University American Civil Liberties Union, and is active in a social sorority. Her prior experiences include interning for the Department of Labor under the California Commissioner of Labor, and interning for the Senate under Senator Kamala Harris this past summer.


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Templechukwu Anyasi

Templechukwu Anyasi, Class of 2022, is a sophomore in the College of Arts & Sciences from Brooklyn, NY. He joined Roosevelt in spring 2019. He is pursuing an economics and statistical Science major, as well as a minor in urban and regional studies. He is currently an Education Policy Co-Center Director at the Cornell Roosevelt Institute. His interests include learning new languages, studying cities, and the public education system. Outside of Roosevelt, Templechukwu is a bass singer in Cornell University's Chorale.


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Uni Wei

Uni is a sophomore from Beijing, China studying Computer Science with a minor in Law and Society. She is interested in the intersection of law and technology, specifically the policies and legislation needed in time of the advancements in artificial intelligence and big data.


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Vanessa Olguin

Vanessa is sophomore from Los Angeles, California, majoring in government and China Asia-Pacific studies and minoring in environmental sustainability sciences. Apart from Roosevelt, Vanessa is Vice President of Finance for La Asociación Latina, the Latinx umbrella organization for Cornell. She is also a member of the Cornell International Affairs Society and the Cornell Political Union, specifically as Vice Chair of The Independents Caucus. Vanessa is passionate about registering people to vote, reducing single-use plastic items, and foreign policy. This past summer she interned for a local Los Angeles council member's campaign, spent 3 weeks in Italy learning about immigration, demographic, and social welfare problems, and volunteered for DIY Girls, a Los Angeles based non-profit working to uplift underprivileged girls in STEM.


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Aaron Berman


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Aaron Gottesfeld


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Abhinav Vijay


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Abigail Chen


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Abigail Hiller


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Abshir Esse


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Ackel Braide


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Adam Shelepak


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Aditya Bhardwaj


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Adrian Jones


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Agrippa Kellum


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Ahmed El Sammak

I am a sophomore in the college of arts and sciences, majoring in Government and minoring in Public Policy and Law and Society. I am a member of the Advocacy Center in the Cornell Roosevelt Institute. Additionally, I am a writer for the Undergraduate Law Review, a news reporter for the Daily Sun, an analyst and editor with the International Affairs Review, and a member of the Speech and Debate Society


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Ahyoung Kim-Lee


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Aidan Denver-Moore

Aidan is a junior in the College of Arts and Sciences, majoring in government and minoring in international relations and inequality studies. She joined during her sophomore spring semester. She spent her summer in Ithaca, researching transportation rights for people on probation and parole with the Cornell Cooperative Extension.


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Alex Fields


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Alex Goldstein


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Alex Gomez


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Alex Green


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Alex Gugliuzza


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Alex Iglesias


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Alex Pundyk


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Alexander Chakrin


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Alexander Gomez


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Alexander Iglesias


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Alexander Maisel


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Alexandra Klein


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Alison Molchadsky


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Alison Schonberg


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Alissa Peterson


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Allen Chen


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Amy Kim


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Andjela Cirko


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Andres Loretdemola


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Andrew Strauss


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Aneil Gill

Aneil is a senior in the College of Arts and Sciences, double-majoring in government and history. He has been a member of the Cornell Roosevelt Institute since the fall of 2017. Aneil maintains a broad interest in policy, including interests in healthcare and immigration, but especially enjoys exploring American foreign policy. Outside of Roosevelt, Aneil has worked on political campaigns and enjoys basketball and football.


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Angelica Culio


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Angelica Cullo


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Anita Li


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Anna Grosshans


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Anna Malinowski


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Anna Kambhampaty


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Annie Bui


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Aren Moss

Aren is a Human Ecology junior majoring in policy analysis and management (PAM). Aren has been a member of the Roosevelt Institute since fall 2018 and has written about obesity in schools and universal pre-k. Outside of Roosevelt, Aren is the Vice-President of Reflect and works to tackle mental health issues on campus and beyond.


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Arielle Tannin


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Arwa Ali


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Austin Opatmy


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Avery W. Bower


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Basirat Owe


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Beccy Suh


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Ben


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Ben Krapels


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Benjamin Feldman

Ben Feldman, class of '22, is a Government major in the College of Arts and Sciences. He also competes on the Cornell Speech team and is a member of the Political Union


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Berke Gursoy


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Blake Michael


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Brad DeSanctis


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Brendan Denvir


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Catherine Gorey

Catherine is a sophomore in the College of Human Ecology majoring in Human Development. She is interested in communications and advocacy, specifically in issues affecting women and children. In addition to her involvement with the Roosevelt Institute, Catherine is a communications assistant for the College of the Arts & Sciences, a member of the Greek Culture Change Coalition sexual violence project team, and participates in on-campus research.


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Catherine Hwang


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Chad Stephenson


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Charles Paton


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Chris Hamlin


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Chris Harvey


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Christina Yin


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Christopher Cho


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Christopher Hanna


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Claire (Kailai) Xiong


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Clay Davis


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Crispinus Lee


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Dan Cohanpour


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Daneille Charpentier


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Daniel Huynh


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Daniel Oudolsky


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Danielle Charpentier


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Danielle Grossman


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Danielle Ragin


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David Leynov

David Leynov is a third-year Industrial and Labor Relations major who is currently the director of the Domestic Policy Center. David is primarily interested in collective representation and the effects of union declension on working conditions.


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David Melly


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David Rubin


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David Taylor


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David Wang


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Deborah Egbo


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Delphi Cleaveland


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Derek Su

Derek Su is a sophomore majoring in Policy Analysis and Management and minoring in Information Science. He is interested in the tech industry and its intersection with data usage and legislative policies.


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Derrick Rice


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Dhruv Gupta


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Dhruv Kumar


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Dylan Cicero


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Dylan Scott


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Elaine Jaworski


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Elena Messinger

Elena is a freshman in the College of Arts and Sciences, studying Government and American Studies. Her specific policy interests include sexual education reform and reproductive health issues.


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Elia Morelos

Elia is a junior in the College of Arts and Sciences and is pursing a double major in English and American Studies. She has been with Roosevelt since the fall of 2018. Elia is particularly interested in Latin American history, popular culture studies, and postcolonial literature. Outside of Roosevelt, Elia is involved in Haven: the LGBTQ Student Union and the First Generation Student Union.


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Elizabeth Chi


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Elizabeth Clarke


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Elizabeth Leape


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Elizabeth Zelko


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Ellie Politi


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Emil Kunkin 


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Emily Bramhall


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Emily Silfkin


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Emma Johnston


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Emma Sahn


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Emmy Chen

Emmy is a senior in the College of Arts and Sciences majoring in Government and minoring in information science and inequality studies. She first joined the Roosevelt Institute in spring of 2017, and has previously served as the President, Senior Policy Chair, and Director of Domestic Policy. Emmy is interested in data-driven policymaking and how to design effective policy solutions for difficult social problems. This past summer, she interned for Congresswoman Chrissy Houlahan on Capitol Hill. She has also previously worked for political consulting firm SKDKnickerbocker, as well as conducted research on the US think tank landscape. Outside of Roosevelt, Emmy likes reading self-help books and perfecting her snickerdoodle cookie recipe.


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Emmy Shearer


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Eric Lee

Eric is a junior in the School of Industrial and Labor Relations with minors in history and business. As an analyst in the foreign policy center at the Roosevelt Institute, he is particularly interested in the geopolitics of East Asia and Europe. He has been with CRI since the fall of 2017. This summer, Eric interned in Seoul at a housing start-up and law firm and also finished a leadership program at the Korea Institute for Advanced Studies. Currently, he is studying abroad for a year at Sciences Po in Paris, France.


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Eric Sibbald


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Ethan Skelskie


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Evan Johnson

Evan Johnson is a junior Policy Analysis and Management major and Law & Society and Business minor. She is a Foreign Policy Analyst for the Roosevelt Institute, News Chair for SWIB, and has held several leadership positions within her sorority, the Alpha Phi Fraternity.


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Evin Rothschild

Evin is a junior in the College of Arts and Sciences and is pursuing a double major in biological sciences and government. She has been a part of the Roosevelt Institute since the fall of 2017. Evin joined Roosevelt because she is particularly interested in healthcare policy. Aside from Roosevelt, Evin is involved with biological research on campus, volunteers in the local hospital, plays club lacrosse, and is a biological sciences student advisor.


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Fletcher Levin

Fletcher is a sophomore in the College of Arts and Sciences expecting to major in government, with a minor in China and Asia Pacific studies. He joined Roosevelt at the start of 2019, and writes for the Environmental and Technology Policy Center. Fletcher's areas of interest include global multilateral climate action and the sociological effects of public policy. Outside of the Roosevelt Institute, Fletcher likes to run, play soccer, squash, and chess, and is an editor for the Cornell International Affairs Review.


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Frances Yang


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Frank Sun


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Gabe Kaufman


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Gabriel Kaufman


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Gabriella Johnston


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Gail Fletcher


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Garrison Lovely


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Gavin Zhang


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Geneva Saupe

Geneva Saupe is a sophomore in the College of Arts and Sciences double majoring in Government and Comparative Literature. She is from Tucson, AZ and Madison, WI, and in her free time enjoys hiking, being outside, and reading fiction.


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Giancarlo Valdetaro

Giancarlo is a junior in the College of Arts and Sciences pursuing a double major in Government and History. He has been with Roosevelt since the spring of 2018. Giancarlo is particularly interested in the intersections of race, class, and democracy. Outside of Roosevelt Institute, Giancarlo enjoys running, playing tennis, cooking, and political conversation with friends.


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Gideon Teitel


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Girisha Arora


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Griffin Schnitzer


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Hamdan Al Yousefi


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Hanna Blunden


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Hannah Cashen


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Hannah Hyams


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Harichandana Karne


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Harrison Kadish

Harrison is a sophomore in the School of Industrial and Labor Relations. He has been a member of Roosevelt since spring 2020. Harrison is especially interested in politics, financial markets, and American history. Contact him at [email protected]


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Hassaan Bin Sabir

Born and raised in Pakistan, Hassaan is currently pursuing majors in Government and History with a minor in Arabic. His policy interests center on South Asia and the Middle East, with a broader focus on the structural impediments to development and modernization in the developing world.


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Hazel Guardado


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Helen Zhou

Helen is a sophomore in the College of Human Ecology majoring in Policy Analysis and Management. She joined Roosevelt as a policy analyst in the Education Center in the fall of 2019. She is interested in policies regarding persisting racial segregation and other inequities in the American education system. Outside of Roosevelt, she is a teaching assistant in the PAM department, assists with research in the Sociology department, and is involved in Cornell ACLU and Prison Reform Education Project (PREP).


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Henry Graney


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Henry Kanengiser


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Hilary Gelfond


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Hilary Yu


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Holly Grace


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Hunter Bosson


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Ignacio Garcia Conway


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Isabella Harnick

Bella is a junior in the College of Human Ecology at Cornell University, majoring in policy analysis and aanagement. She is particularly interested in studying healthcare, demography, and inequality. Outside of the Roosevelt, she is also involved in the Dean's Undergraduate Advisory Council, Human Ecology’s Ambassador Program, TAMID, and Hillel’s Social Justice Committee.


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Jack Polizzi


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Jack Robbins


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Jack Ross-Pilkington

Jack is a junior in the School of Industrial and Labor Relations. He has been with Roosevelt since the fall of 2017. Jack is particularly interested in climate change, economic equity and electoral reform. Jack hopes to one day go to law school and possibly pursue elected office.


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Jackson Cherner


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Jackson Weber


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Jacob Barnes


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Jady Wei


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Jae Chang

Jae is a sophomore in the College of Arts and Sciences majoring in Government and China and Asia Pacific Studies. His main interests are in US-China affairs, Chinese regional power in East Asia, and the nuclear politics of the Korean peninsula. He is also a writer for the Cornell Diplomat Magazine.


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Jared Siegel


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Jatin Khanna


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Jed Kaiser

Jed is a sophomore in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, majoring in biology and society and minoring in business and health policy. He joined Roosevelt during the fall of 2018, and his primary interests include the social, political, economic, and cultural determinants of health, and how each can be addressed through policy. In addition to his involvement with Roosevelt, Jed is currently the Executive Vice President of the Class of 2021 Council, and has interned at the New York Stem Cell Foundation and Pfizer.


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Jeffery Kim


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Jeffrey Kim


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Jenna Zitomer


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Jennifer Eppinger


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Jennifer Kim


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Jennifer Zahn


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Jenny Xie


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Jihee Lee


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Jill Sternthal


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Jin Mo Koo

Jin Mo is a junior in the College of Arts and Sciences majoring in government with a minor in international relations. He was born in South Korea but currently lives in Long Island. On campus, he is active in the Cornell Political Union and the Cornell Speech and Debate Society.


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Jineet Patel


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John Lemp


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Jon Levitan


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Jonathan Leitman


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Jordan Jackson


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Jordan Roga


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Josh Mark


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Joshua Mark


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Joshua Roth


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Josiah Kek

Josiah is a sophomore in the College of Arts and Sciences majoring in Economics and Information Science. He is a foreign policy analyst with a keen interest in the Asia-Pacific region. Beyond Roosevelt Institute, Josiah is a business analyst at Cornell Venture Capital and a member of Beta Theta Pi.


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Julia Heyman


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Julia Malits


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Julia Pascale


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Julia Saltzman


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Julie Gilbertsen

Julie is a sophomore in the College of Human Ecology, majoring in Human Development and minoring in Policy Analysis and Management and Inequality studies. Her main interest is the intersection of law and psychology, specifically within the subject of criminology. Outside of Roosevelt Institute, she is a member of Globemed and a research assistant for the Purpose and Identity Processes Lab.


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Julie Gokhman


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Justin Cheng


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Justin Welfeld


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Kartik Ramkumar


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Kathy Lin


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Kavin Lam


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Kayleigh Rubin


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Kaylin Greene


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Keelin Kelly

Keelin is a junior in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences double majoring in Environmental and Sustainability Sciences and Development Sociology with minors in Climate Change and Inequality Studies.


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Keenan Ashbrook


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Kelly Bender


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Kelly McClure


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Kelly Xu


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Kelsey Clough


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Kevin Li

Kevin is a senior from Shanghai, China studying environmental and sustainability sciences with minors in applied economics, business, international elations, and climate change. He is interested in understanding the complex and multi-disciplinary policy, economic, and business implications behind climate change.


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Kiara Butler


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Kiersten Rhodes


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Kwane Newton


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Kyle Datoush


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Kyle Oefelein


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Lala Xu


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Lang Ming

Lang is a math major sophomore and Telluride Scholar in the Cornell University College of Arts and Sciences. Dedicated to advancing public discourse, she is also an active member of the Cornell Speech and Debate Society.


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Laura Brigham


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Layla Hood


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Leor Ginzburg


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Lexi McCool


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Liam Berigan


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Liel Sterling


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Lindsey Dahms-Nolan

Lindsey Dahms-Nolan is a junior in the College of Industrial and Labor Relations with concentrations in law, disability studies, and economics. Lindsey joined the Roosevelt Institute in 2018 with an interest in domestic policy. This summer, she interned for an environmental lobby and published a guide to housing policy for public use in Sacramento County. She also serves as co-captain of Cornell's policy debate team, and Vice President External of the Cornell Speech and Debate Society.


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Lisa Yu

Lisa is a Sophomore in the College of Arts and Sciences majoring in Biology. In addition to her interest in public health policy and writing for the Roosevelt Center, she is also involved in Cornell Wushu, Forté Campus, and creating a pollinator pathway on campus called the Botanic Buzzline Project.


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Lorenzo de Simone


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Lucas Berger


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Lucas Dodge


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Lucy Arnold


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Lucy Dean Stockton


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Luka Jankovic


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Lydia Holley


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Lydia Zheng


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Maddie Cripps


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Malavika Madgavkar


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Mallory Shipe


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Mandira Talwar


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Marc Alessi


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Marc Getzoff


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Margaret McGrane


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Marie Ceske

Marie is a senior in the College and Arts and Sciences majoring in government with minors in English, history, and European studies. She has been a member of Roosevelt since fall 2017 and was previously the Education Policy Center Director for the organization. Marie is especially interested in comparative politics, populism, poetry, and American History. Outside of Roosevelt, Marie is a writing tutor for the Knight Writing Institute and involved with the Cornell Historical Society.


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Marion Panepento


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Mason Miller


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Matthew Anticoli


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Matthew D'Ambrosio

Matt is a senior in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences majoring in environment & sustainability. He joined Roosevelt in 2018. Previously, Matt has led the Environmental and Science Policy Center and served as Director of Communications. Outside of Roosevelt, he writes for The Cornell Lunatic humor magazine and works in the Sparks Stable Isotope Lab. Feel free to email him for some witty banter.


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Matthew Hersman


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Matthew McGee


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Matthew Ponticiello

Matthew is a junior in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences majoring in global and public health sciences with minors in Spanish and inequality studies. He joined the Roosevelt Institute in spring 2019 as a healthcare policy analyst. Matthew is interested in health equity and environmental justice. More specifically, he is interested in how social sciences can be used to improve resource conservation and healthcare delivery. In addition to Roosevelt, Matthew is the Co-President of Cornell's chapter of Partners in Health, involved in the Obesity Research Group, a member of Greek Life at Cornell, and works at the Skorton Center for Health Initiatives.


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Max Segal


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Max Zimmerman


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Meghan Flyke


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Melissa Giangrande


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Michael Alter


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Michael Crovetto


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Michele Pothen


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Michelle Xiong


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Mohamed Eltagouri


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Morgan Greene


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Natasha Herrick


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Nate Jara


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Nethan Reddy


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Nicholas Curcio


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Nicholas Kaye


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Nicole Feibelman


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Nicole Sochaczevski

Nicole is a Junior pursuing a major in Industrial and Labor Relations as well as minors in Policy Analysis and Management, Inequality Studies, and Law and Society. After graduation, she hopes to pursue a career in education policy.


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Nikhil Dhingra

Nikhil is a junior in the ILR School. He is a member of the Rawlings Presidential Scholars program, using grant money to conduct research on sanctuary city policies with Professor Shannon Gleeson within ILR. Outside of the classroom, Nikhil serves as the Committee Co-Chair for the Community Service Committee within ILR Student Government, serves as an Associate Editor for the Cornell Business Review, and is an active brother of Phi Alpha Delta pre-law fraternity. In his free time, Nikhil enjoys to read and spend time with friends. You can reach Nikhil at [email protected]


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Nisma Gabobe


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Olivia Quill


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Ossy Onumonu


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Pat Casey


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Perry Davidoff


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Philip Susser


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Phoebe Keller


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Pulkit Kashyap


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Puneet Brar


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Raphael Gendler


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Rebecca Shohet


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Rebecca Suh


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Russell Sesler


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Ryan Lee


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Sabrina Rivers


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Said Israilov


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Samantha Kaplan


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Samantha Puzzi

Samantha is a sophomore in the College of Arts and Sciences double majoring in government and philosophy and minoring in crime, prisons, education, and justice. She has been involved with Roosevelt since the Fall of 2019. Samantha is especially interested in political theory and the ethical considerations behind public policy. Contact her at [email protected]


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Samara Jacobson

Samara is a junior majoring in Industrial and Labor Relations with a minor in Business. Outside of Roosevelt, Samara conducts independent research on the effects of unionization on charter schools, writes for the Cornell Undergraduate Law and Society Review, and is active in a social sorority. This past summer, she interned for Congressman Eliot Engel, the Ranking Member of the House Foreign Affairs Committee, in his Capitol Hill Office.


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Samuel Kim


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Sanat Valecha


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Sang Hyun Park


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Sarah Cutler


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Sarah Fox


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Scott Gelber


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Serin Choi


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Seth Kim


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Shashank Vura


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Shawn Han Choi


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Shivani Parikh


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Shivani Sanghani


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Shraddha Harshvardhan

Shraddha Harshvardhan, known as Rad, is majoring in Policy Analysis and Management, with minors in Business and Inequality Studies. She is particularly interested in immigration policy. Outside of the Roosevelt Institute, she is in a consulting club, student government, and a social sorority.


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Sofia Hu


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Stephanie Hahm


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Stephanie Neitlich

Stephanie Neitlich is a junior in the College of Agriculture and Life Science pursuing a double major in Environmental and Sustainability Sciences and Agricultural Science and a minor in Business. She recently joined Roosevelt's environment and technology center during the fall of 2019. She is interested in the economics behind sustainable food development, and hopes to one day work for the government in enacting policy reforms. Outside of Roosevelt, Stephanie is an active member of the pre-professional honors fraternity Epsilon Eta and a tutor for Friends of Farmworkers.


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Stephannie Chen

Stephannie is a Senior at the ILR School minoring in Economics and Business. Outside of Roosevelt, Stephannie volunteers with a first grade class at Fall Creek Elementary school and is working on her honors thesis: Differences in the Child Care Selections of Immigrant vs. Native-Born Parents in the U.S. She has also previously conducted research on strategic HR applications to public schools and verbatim/gist differences in sexual assault legislation. This past summer, Stephannie worked at Gartner as a Research Analyst.


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Svati Pazhyanur


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Sydney Eisenberg

Sydney is a junior in the College of Arts and Sciences studying economics and French with a minor in law and society. She joined the Roosevelt Institute in the fall of 2017 during her freshman year. Sydney is most interested in politics, government spending, gun violence prevention, and criminal justice. Outside of Roosevelt, Sydney is the Operations Director for DEBUT, Cornell's premier biomedical engineering project team, as well as the co-founder and co-president of the Cornell John Quincy Adams Society. Over the summer, Sydney worked as an intern for the gun violence prevention advocacy organization CeaseFirePA, and she also worked as an intern at her Congressman's district office.


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Sydney Lester


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Tanisha Mohapatra


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Taylor Keating


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Teodoro Topa

Teo (Class of 2022) is studying Environmental and Sustainability Sciences & Information Sciences in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences. He grew up in Washington, DC!


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Teresa Datta


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Tess Davey


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Tianjun Hou


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Tiffany Wu


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Toni-Ann Richards


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Toni-Anne Richards 


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Tony Zhou


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Trevor Ward


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Usamah Andrabi


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Vaidehi Patel

Vaidehi is a junior in the College of Arts and Sciences, pursuing a degree in Economics on the premed track. Outside of the Cornell Roosevelt Institute, she is also a dancer on the South Asian competitive dance team, Cornell Bhangra, the vice president of the pre-health honor society, Alpha Epsilon Delta, involved with on-campus research, and a member of Students Against the Sexual Solicitation of Youth (SASSY).


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Veronica Dickson


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Victor Zhao


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Victoria Alandy


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Victoria Sulenski


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Vidushi (Ria) Tripathi

Ria is a junior in the College of Human Ecology and is pursuing a major in Healthcare Policy. She has been with Roosevelt since the spring of 2019. Ria is particularly interested in studying inequalities in healthcare and how healthcare access can be improved. Outside of Roosevelt, Ria dances on Big Red Raas and likes to volunteer in the community.


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VJ Satish


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Woojin Choi


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Xavier Salvador


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Yibo Sun


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Yu Chen Xue


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Zachary Schmetter