Reighlah Collins, UNC School Law
Reighlah is a rising second-year law student at UNC School of Law. She graduated from the University of North Carolina at Asheville in December 2013 with a major in Psychology. Prior to law school, she was a Direct Supports Coordinator at a group home facility for adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities. She has a strong interest in civil rights issues, specifically disability rights, racial equality, and access to education.
Anna Deen, Washington University
Anna Deen is a rising junior at Washington University in St. Louis, though originally from Durham. She is double-majoring in English Literature and American Culture Studies, while minoring in Communication Design. In school, she completed research on shifting demographic trends in St. Louis neighborhoods. She is interested in issues related to civil and human rights
Martin Maloney, UNC School of Law
Martin is a rising second-year law student at UNC Law. He graduated from Clemson University in 2014 with a B.S. and M.S. in Sociology. Prior to law school, he worked at Nelson Mullins law firm in Charleston, South Carolina, as a Project Assistant. Martin is most interested in issues regarding civil rights and education in the Carolinas.
Mariam Turner, UNC School of Law
Mariam is a rising second-year law student at UNC School of Law. She graduated from North Carolina State University in 2015 with a major in Psychology and a minor in Middle East Studies. Prior to law school, she volunteered with the Migrant Head Start program, which aims to provide a foundational education to children who need it. She is interested in issues involving access to early education, and in the rights of people in poverty stricken areas.