Ben StoviakWashington & Jefferson College, Instructional TechnologistMore
Ben Stoviak is the Instructional Technologist within the Information and Technology Services department at Washington & Jefferson College. In his professional role, he serves as the functional manager of Academic Technology and provides training, support, and acquisition of technologies related to instructional use at the college, including management of the learning management system and learning space hardware and software. He serves the college community through member participation in the Committee on Educational and Library Technology, past participation as a candidate evaluator in the search for the Director for Academic Success, and recent completion of Safezone (LGBTQI-inclusive campus culture) training to better support students at W&J. Related to his university work, Ben was named Who’s Next: Education by The Incline in 2018 and a Western PA Rising Star by Get Involved, Inc. in 2017.
Prior to his appointment at W&J, Ben worked at Carlow University as the Multimedia Production Specialist, FedEx Office as the Field Technology Specialist for the Greater Cincinnati district, and Shady Side Academy as a substitute teacher in the Upper School English Department. He is past participant in Literacy*Americorps Pittsburgh where he served as an adult ESL instructor, and has served formerly as a Board Member for Pittsburgh Lesbian and Gay Film Festival, a Selection Day Judge for Coro’s Public Allies and Fellows programs, and is a recent graduate of the City of Pittsburgh’s Civic Leadership Academy. He is a current Board Member candidate for Young Nonprofit Professionals - Pittsburgh and volunteers with Planned Parenthood of Western Pennsylvania, Allies for Health + Wellbeing, The Delta Foundation, and ReelQ. He has been previously affiliated with a number of projects completed by creative nonprofit organizations including the Pittsburgh Cultural Trust, Carnegie Museums of Pittsburgh, Three Rivers Arts Festival, Silver Eye Center for Photography, and Attack Theatre.
He holds a BA in English literature with minors in classics and religious studies from the University of Pittsburgh and will be beginning a graduate program in counseling in 2019. He’s a member of LGBT-oriented Stonewall Kickball, Steel City Bowling, and Qrew / Three Rivers Rowing Association corporate team. In his free time, he enjoys cooking and local independent restaurants, live folk music and other cultural and arts-related events, and conversations with friends.Less
Alycia WashingtonExtra Mile Education Foundation, Family Engagement SpecialistMore
Alycia Washington is a social worker and an artist who provides informative resources and programming to children and families to strengthen their quality of life. She is currently a Family Engagement Specialist at two parochial schools in the Pittsburgh area. Her previous role was providing support to an Executive Director of a community development organization located in downtown Pittsburgh. Alycia learned through all her experiences that when genuine, supportive relationships are created with people they can then build a strong foundation for their families.
Miss Washington holds a Master of Social Work from The University of Pittsburgh, as well as a Bachelor of Arts in Public Relations and Advertising from Duquesne University.
Art is also a major part of Alycia’s life. Her artwork was featured as a rotating exhibit at Gasoline Street Coffee (Dec. 2017-Feb. 2018) and Distrikt Hotel’s Evangeline (Apr. 2018-Aug. 2018). She was also invited to the August Wilson Center’s Summer Block Party (July 2018) and August Wilson’s Birthday Celebration (Apr. 2018) in Pittsburgh’s Hill District. In the future, Alycia hopes to enhance the meaning behind her art as she matures. She also wishes to take part in local art festivals, teach art classes and one day open her own unique art therapy shop.
Alycia supports her community through Extra Mile Education Foundation’s Young Professional Advisory Committee, where she serves as the Sponsorship and Raffles Chair. She is also on Propel’s Council of Champions and an active member of GRLPWRPGH.
When she isn’t working or volunteering, you can find her exercising mental and physical rest, making art, playing sudoku and watching/listening to vloggers and podcasters, respectively.
Anthony BalourisPA Health & Wellness, A Centene Subsidiary, Provider Relations & Contracting SpecialistMore
Anthony is a native Pittsburgher with a passion to improve the communities around him. He currently works in network development and provider relations for a new health care organization in the region, serving the elderly and persons with disabilities. Healthcare affects us all, and it’s that expansive impact that excites and motivates him to work hard every day.
Additionally, he is developing innovative contracting opportunities that will improve the care delivered, while also making the system more efficient. Health policy has been the driving force behind his work experiences thus far. He spent a year working at the United Nations as a Fellow focusing on disability and communicable disease-related policies. Among his accomplishments was organizing a panel discussion on the intersection between HIV/AIDs and property rights in Africa for the 61st Commission on the Status of Women, where international speakers and UN Ambassadors shed light on this relatively unknown issue to stakeholders and policy makers. Previously, while in law school, Anthony spent a summer working at the U.S. Department of Justice, Disability Rights Section, where he focused on employment related challenges for persons with disabilities. Anthony holds a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from Drexel University and received his Law Degree from the University of Pittsburgh.
While at Pitt, Anthony worked in the Elder Law Clinic, helping persons with disabilities and their families navigate the complex world of guardianship and estate planning. When he isn’t working Anthony loves spending time with his family and friends, reading the news, and cooking. He’s looking forward to meeting people with different life experiences and skills, and learning how we can collaborate to make our region stronger.Less
Brian D'SouzaCisco Systems Inc., Software Engineer IIIMore
Brian was born in Bahrain, an island country in the Persian Gulf where his father worked for the Civil Service Bureau. When he was eight years old, his family moved to his father’s hometown nearby Mangalore, located on the southwestern coast of Karnataka, India. He is part of the Mangalorean Catholic community, which is an ethno-religious community of Catholics who migrated from Goa, India during the Portuguese Inquisition between the 16th and 19th century. Brian speaks English, Hindi, Konkani, Kannada and Tulu. He completed his undergraduate degree in Electrical Engineering and worked for almost five years in Bangalore, India in the Network Security field.
In 2013, he migrated to the United States to pursue a graduate degree at the University of Pittsburgh, where he studied Telecommunications specialized in Information Security. During his time in graduate school, Brian served as President of the Indian Graduate Student Association and enjoyed the cultural leadership opportunity.
Following his graduation in 2015, Brian found his current position of Software Engineer at Cisco Systems Inc. He works in the Security Business Group as a tester and developer. He also holds the Scrum Master role and enjoys being the
facilitator for an agile development team. He recently passed the Certified Ethical Hacker certification and aims to become a Cyber Security professional. He volunteers as a mock interviewer each summer at the iSchool Inclusion Institute (i3).
He is very empathetic and takes deep interest in how race, colonial history, culture and technology affects our lives today.
When he is not writing code or running tests, Brian likes to cook food from different cuisines like Persian, Mediterranean, Latin American, Indian and North African. He likes to experiment with herbs, spices and condiments for culinary creations that he shares with friends.Less
Christon HarrisThe Office of Councilman Burges, Economic and Community Development InternMore
As a New York City native, I’ve spent the last decade personally and professionally endeavoring to bolster and enrich the lives of young, disadvantaged people of color in urban areas. I’ve had the pleasure of running a print and online magazine, teaching magazine writing and design to high school students, running a college access and success program, and working as an educational consultant for a nonprofit based out of Brooklyn, NY. While I have previously approached community development through the lens of education, my thinking has since evolved.
My focus has shifted to creating sustainable urban community models that spur powerful community partnerships, stakeholder engagement, political activism, wealth redistribution, and more access to resources that will build a stronger framework for people of all backgrounds to thrive. To this end, I now attend Carnegie Mellon University working on my graduate degree in Public Policy and Management with the goal of working in the field of urban economic development. I also hold a B.S. in Communication from Cornell University with a double minor in Business and Nutritional Sciences.
Outside of academics, I am a member of the Urban League Young Professional’s Civic Engagement Committee and Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity Inc.’s Alpha Omicron Lambda Chapter. Utilizing these platform and others, I strive to have an indelible impact on the lives of Pittsburgh residents.Less
Ciera YoungThe Ellis School, Director of Equity & InclusionMore
Ciera Young is the Director of Equity & Inclusion at The Ellis School for Girls. She strives to be a servant educator: First, a space maker and education disrupter. Second, someone who creates a sense of belonging in the school community so that children will thrive. Third, A teacher that brings out the best in every child
Originally from Columbus, OH, Ciera came to Pittsburgh to study at Chatham College for Women. After completing Bachelors degrees in Cultural Studies and International Studies with a minor in Film she completed a year of service with Pittsburgh Urban Leadership Service Experience as the Community Liaison for Manchester Academic Charter School. Her interests in community and multi-faith organizing led her to participate in the Coro Fellowship in Public Affairs and the Bible Center Ralph and Bernice Groce Ministry House in Homewood.
When she is not working she is serving. She mentors a powerful teen through Amachi Pittsburgh and serves on the YWCA Center for Race and Gender Equity Advisory Board and the YWCA’s Young Leaders Board. She is a former member of the Advisory Committee for Public Source’s “I Am A Black Girl And…” Project, Adagio Health Young Leaders Council, and Prototype PGH’s Board of Directors. For self-care, Ciera loves to read, travel, write, and watch movies.
Fatima Bunafoor was born in Bahrain and moved to the U.S. in 2010 to attend the ear East, South Asia, and Sub-Saharan Africa Undergraduate Exchange Program (NESA UGRAD). In 2011, the Arab Spring movement spread to Bahrain. Shortly after, Fatima applied for political asylum in the U.S. due to her history of documenting human rights violations by the Bahraini regime and advocacy work to support organizers on the ground in Bahrain. This experience shifted her focus from international law and politics to local organizing. She spent the following year lobbying on Capitol Hill to support U.S. pressure on the Bahraini regime and promote the rights of human rights defenders in the country.
In 2015, after completing her BA in International Studies at Juniata College, Fatima moved to Pittsburgh to join the CORO Fellowship in Public Affairs where she worked on several consulting projects that focused on youth engagement, community development, social justice and advocacy. After CORO, she worked on two political organizing campaigns that focused on economic justice and civic engagement. Fatima is focused on furthering equity and inclusion and her work in Pittsburgh has driven her to pursue a Master’s in Public Policy and Management Carnegie Mellon University’s Heinz College of Information Systems and Public Policy where she focused on furthering inclusion and challenged institutional racism. As a Pittsburgh-transplant, Fatima is focused on promoting the well-being of the most vulnerable members of the Pittsburgh community. After completing her Masters in 2018, Fatima is focused on entering the workforce and dedicating her career to support equity for underrepresented and marginalized groups in the Pittsburgh region.
Fatima also serves as a Board Member of the Thomas Merton Center, Pittsburgh’s social justice center that is focused on coalition-building ensuring dignity of all human beings. As a Board Member, she is focused on creating spaces to engage in dialogue and improve the internal culture to promote a welcoming environment for social justice advocates from different communities and identities. Fatima firmly believes that organizations need to aspire to transcend social norms and aim to apply their values internally and externally.Less
Hannah ButlerDream Center Education Holdings, Assistant Director of AdmissionsMore
Hannah Butler was born and raised in Jeannette, Pennsylvania. At a young age, she was passionately involved in politics volunteering for local campaigns before she was even old enough to vote. Many important policy issues involving equal rights and equal pay lead her to pursue her passion to action through education. Hannah graduated from the University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown and gained a bachelor’s degree in political science with a concentration in women’s studies. After graduation, she moved to Washington D.C. where she was in charge of marketing and organizing outreach to all college chapters for Americans United for Separation of Church and State. Her development and marketing strategies with all the chapter presidents helped the non-profit grow to colleges nationwide. Due to its success, that platform is still used today.
While she loved living in Washington D.C., she knew that the real difference she wanted to make was at home in Pittsburgh. Hannah has seen the lasting effects that her college education has had in her life that it lead her to a career in higher education. She has worked at South University for six years helping students find their direction in life. She counsels students on their career and academic goals and that everyone can give themselves the opportunities they deserve through a college education.
Hannah is always cooking Italian food and going to new culinary experiences throughout Pittsburgh. She is also usually at a concert or in the woods fishing.
Marie PerrotOunce of Prevention Fund, Research AssociateMore
Marie Perrot is a Research Associate at the Ounce of Prevention Fund, an organization that shares her mission to financially disadvantaged young children have the best possible chance for success in life. At the Ounce, Marie focuses on family engagement research and program evaluation across the Ounce’s innovative digital tools as well as their direct-service programs, such as the Ounce’s national network of 24 Educare Schools. Though originally from Paris, France, Marie grew up in Japan, Taiwan, and Singapore.
Marie received her Master's in Public Policy from the Harvard Kennedy School in 2018, where she was a Program on Education Policy and Governance Fellow and co-chaired the school’s inaugural Women in Power Conference. As a strong proponent for equitable access to high quality services from birth onward, Marie is honored to join the National Leaders Council to build her skills developing effective and sustainable service delivery systems that help children, families and communities thrive. Prior to attending the Kennedy School, Marie spent two years as a Research Assistant at the American Institutes for Research in Washington, D.C., and one year as a Match Corps member at Match Community Day Public Charter School in Boston tutoring small groups of Kindergarten and Preschool students. Marie earned her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology and Child Development from Tufts University.
Marie recently moved to Pittsburgh to join her husband, Ben, who is pursuing a PhD in Robotic at Carnegie Mellon University. Marie and Ben can frequently be found splitting an unreasonable amount of tapas at Morcilla or taking long walks around Frick Park.Less
Martell CovingtonSenate of Pennsylvania, Legislative AideMore
Martell Covington was born & raised in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania in the neighborhood of Homewood. He grew up in community organizing & activism. Community Empowerment Association was founded by his family (Stepfather & Mother) in the living room of their home in Homewood.
A student of Pittsburgh Catholic schools from Kindergarten to 12th grade. He graduated from Pittsburgh Central Catholic High School. Martell attended Howard University in the District of Columbia, graduating with a Bachelor’s in Business Administration. While at Howard, Martell became a founding member of “The Society of Collegiate Black Men”, a fraternal organization solely at Howard University.
Martell worked 8 years for Community Empowerment Association in multiple positions. He managed events while serving as Program Coordinator of the African American Leadership Institute. Later becoming Assistant Director of Youth & Family Services, he supervised afterschool school programing, Saturday University & summer camps. Martell coordinated Community Empowerment’s Pittsburgh Black Family Reunion for 12 years.
Martell recently joined the Office of Pennsylvania State Senator Jay Costa, Democratic Leader. As Legislative Aide.
Martell has completed trainings & certifications in educational development, social justice and youth organizing. Completing Training for Trainers with Dr. Joy DeGruy and SOUL, School of Unity & Liberation Training for Trainers. He also attended of “Free Minds Free People” national conference in Oakland, California in 2015.
Mr. Covington sat on Mayor Peduto’s Education & Neighborhood Reinvestment Transition Team. He was elected class representative of the City of Pittsburgh’s Civic Leadership Academy, Spring 2018. He’s currently a member of the City of Pittsburgh’s Public Engagement Working Group.
Finding a way to infuse his love for youth mentoring, sports & Homewood. Martell became a football & softball coach for Homewood Community Sports, where he is also Director of Sports Programs.
Martell is the president of the Howard University Alumni Chapter of Pittsburgh. He serves on the United States board of directors for CameroonFDP (Cameroon Football Development Program). In 2016, Martell traveled to Cameroon in West African calling the trip “life changing”. A member of the Western Pennsylvania Council of HBCU Alumni board of directors. Martell is working to create a scholarship geared towards students from the Pittsburgh area that want to attend HBCUs.
Another passion of Martell’s is film, directing his first project in 2018, a seven-part web series called “LWB” (Living While Black). Martell is currently writing a feature length & a short film that he plans to direct.Less
Mel Cronin412 Food Rescue, Operations Program ManagerMore
Mel Cronin grew up in Central Pennsylvania and moved to Pittsburgh after university; with what was supposed to be a stop along the way, nearly 10 years later she’s very happy to call Pittsburgh home.
Mel graduated from James Madison University in 2008 with a Bachelors in Sociology and a Graduate Certificate in International Nonprofit Management. Mel currently works at 412 Food Rescue as the Operations Program Manager.
Human relationships, systems, and structures have long been an interest and passion for Mel, so devoting her career to the inequities of the food industry was a natural fit. Her experience has shifted from growing food at an urban garden, to providing food at the Community Human Services (CHS) Food Pantry, to now coordinating distribution networks at 412 Food Rescue. There are so many facets of food insecurity, and there is no one solution to eliminate hunger. Mel truly believes that the work being done at 412 Food Rescue is having a long-term impact—by taking perfectly good food that would have otherwise been thrown out and delivering it to nonprofits and places individuals experiencing food insecurity already are, we are eliminating so many barriers, the biggest being transportation.
In her free time, Mel enjoys hiking, foraging for mushrooms and edible plants, drinking way too much coffee, and going on adventures around the city.Less
Melissa TabakLiteracy Pittsburgh, Program CoordinatorMore
Melissa is an experienced refugee services and adult education professional, hailing from both New York and Boston. She earned her B.A. in history at the University of Pittsburgh and did a minor in Italian just for fun. In college she studied abroad in South Africa, meeting refugees from all over the continent. This spurred her interest in working with refugees in the United States. Melissa then interned with refugee resettlement agencies while finishing her B.A. at Pitt and served for two years in AmeriCorps, teaching English to adult refugees and immigrants.
After AmeriCorps, Melissa pursued her master’s in conflict resolution at Brandeis University, where she had the great fortune of meeting and studying with Anita Hill and took up Chinese because she could. Melissa’s master’s thesis focused on how programs for adults learning English as a second language can be more inclusive of refugees and other individuals with low to no literacy skills, which is her specialty. She then conducted a research projected for the Oasis Center in Tennessee, an LGBTQ resource center, and is currently working as a program coordinator for Literacy Pittsburgh.
In her current role, Melissa manages volunteers working with refugee and immigrant students as well as her organization’s citizenship grant. Melissa lives with her partner and their cat and is getting married in September of 2019.Less
Morgan OvertonHomewood Children's Village, University of Pittsburgh Center on Race and Social Problems, FellowMore
Morgan is a proud Pittsburgh native, and candidate for a Master of Social Work, with an emphasis in Community Organization and Social Action and a certificate in Human Services Management at the University of Pittsburgh. Prior to pursuing Graduate school, Morgan was a Clinical Research Assistant in the Laboratories of Cognitive Neuroscience at Boston Children’s Hospital/Harvard Medical School, where she spent two years on a data collection team assessing the development of social function in school-aged children. While she earned her Bachelor’s in Psychology and a Minor in Studio Art also at the University of Pittsburgh, Morgan was involved in various psychology research studies aiming to understand socio-emotional development in infants and toddlers in an urban environment.
In conjunction with her undergraduate academics, Morgan was heavily involved in policy and community organizing at the local and national level. In 2012, she was a fellow for Barack Obama’s Presidential campaign, Organizing for Action. She was also a Legislation and Policy Intern in the office of then-City Councilman Dan Gilman, where she has conducted background research on various social issues, such as the Pregnant Workers Fairness Act. While she has a strong background in the behavioral sciences, Morgan believes it is essential to bridge the gap between research and the community, as well as amplify the voices that are typically silenced in society to inform policy, and holistic social change.
Morgan is currently involved in community affiliated organizations - she is a fellow at Homewood Children’s Village, which strives to promote and support socio-emotional development and distributive justice for children and their families, which is amplified through community partnerships. Morgan is also a visual artist and has had her work featured on the Showtime Network, Carnegie Museum of Art, August Wilson Center, North American Indian Center of Boston, and the Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre.
She strives to draw from her policy, research, grassroots community organizing, and advocacy experiences to drive forward the empowerment of Black, Indigenous, and marginalized individuals in her career path. Morgan’s love for the city of Pittsburgh drove her to remain home to plant the seeds of social change for racial justice, gender equity, preventative action, as well as to ensure that holds accountability to function as a most livable city for all.Less
Robert CharlandPittsburgh City Council - Council President Bruce A. Kraus, Community Relations ManagerMore
While he was watching election results come in that were certain to show a massive loss for one of his political heroes, Bob Charland decided that it was time for him to either start caring less or time to start doing more to affect elections. Soon after, he changed his plans and started looking for campaign work to help move his city and the region forward.
After different roles on a variety of campaigns, both in Pittsburgh and outside of it, he started working in Pittsburgh City Council. First as a Policy Analyst for Councilman Anthony Coghill and now as a Community Relations Manager for Council President Bruce A. Kraus, Bob has the opportunity to be the responsiveness and the outreach that most people experience when they interact with their local representatives. These roles also provide an opportunity to see firsthand the successes and shortcomings that the region posses and to understand their nuance.
In addition to his work in City Council, Bob is a member of the South Pittsburgh Opioid Action Coalition (SPOAC) as it addresses the needs of the South Pittsburgh communities where opioid addiction is ravaging neighborhoods. Previously Bob has volunteered with the Greater Pittsburgh Literacy Council and has tutored ESL adults as they prepare for their GED exams. In his spare time, Bob enjoys listening to podcasts, following the Pirates and chasing plastic in a spirited game of ultimate frisbee.
Sarah MartikCenter for Coalfield Justice, Campaign ManagerMore
Sarah Martik serves as the Campaign Manager at the Center for Coalfield Justice, an environmental justice nonprofit serving Washington and Greene Counties in Pennsylvania. As part of her work, she advocates for the welfare of communities impacted by fossil fuel extraction and for policies that promote a just transition into a clean economy while supporting impacted residents. Her work leads her to participate in coalitions such as the Alliance for Appalachia and Break Free From Plastics and to partner with grassroots organizations in the greater Pittsburgh region. Her professional values of equity, justice, and integrity are informed by her personal values and drive the projects she tackles.
Sarah is a resident of California, Pennsylvania, a small town approximately 30 miles from Pittsburgh. She lived for a period of time in Boston as she worked for Boston Ballet, but her career path brought her home to southwestern PA. She attended California University of Pennsylvania and earned her B.A. in Theatre and Spanish while completing requirements for the Honors Program. Through her undergraduate program, Sarah spent two summers teaching English in an elementary school in Santiago, Chile and helped run a theatre summer camp for local children at the Mon Valley Performing Arts Academy. A strong believer in lifelong learning, she is currently pursuing a Master’s in Public Administration and Policy from American University.
When she is not working or studying, Sarah loves spending time with her niece and nephews and going on walks with her “fur niece,” her sister’s lab/pitbull mix named Willow.Less
Vanessa ThompsonTrying Together, Project Lead, Strategic Initiatives & OutreachMore
Vanessa Thompson is a Pittsburgh native whose desire is to support the education system and encourage women empowerment. Shortly after earning her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Chatham University in 2012, Vanessa served as an AmeriCorps VISTA for the city of Pittsburgh Mayor’s office. Since that time, Vanessa has served on several boards, including The Pittsburgh Promise, Women & Girls Foundation, Chatham University Alumni Association, and Urban League Young Professional to fulfil her passion to support several important causes.
Vanessa also has a heart to serve youth. Shortly after serving as an AmeriCorps VISTA, she worked for Girl Scouts Western PA. While there, she provided hundreds of girls with leadership skills necessary to serve their communities and schools, primarily through managing grant funded programs in three major counties in Western Pennsylvania.
In 2016, Vanessa was recognized by Pittsburgh Magazine’s – Give Pittsburgh as a Young Philanthropist for her work in prison ministry. In addition to her work in prison ministry, Vanessa served as the Youth Director while at Living Way Christian Fellowship. During that time, Vanessa also co-founded Promise Legacy, The Alumni Association of The Pittsburgh Promise, which serves as a place for alums of the scholarship to receive mentorship, volunteer, and networking opportunities.
In Vanessa’s current role as Project Lead, Strategic Initiatives and Outreach for Trying Together, she manages many of the organization’s projects, which includes child literacy and community engagement. She also leads the organization’s health and wellness committee. In addition to her work at Trying Together, Vanessa is the Quality Advisor for Allegheny Partners for Out-of- School Time (APOST), assisting dedicated out of school time providers in continuing their work to provide quality programming to youth in Allegheny County. Vanessa is also the Research Lead on various projects for Pursuant, a community consulting service. Furthermore, Vanessa is a trainer for The Mentoring Partnership and APOST, specially training youth practitioners and/or those who are looking to be mentors for programs such as Be a Middle School Mentor.
In Vanessa’s free time she loves to travel and enjoys going to the movies.Less
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