2010 Biographies

Amanda Eubanks

Amanda is a senior at Meredith College double majoring in International Studies and Women Studies with work experience on several North Carolina political campaigns including North Carolina House races and United States Senate campaigns. Amanda also holds international work experience with the Islington Law Centre Immigration Unit in Great Britain. As a senior, she just completed a comparative thesis on how female political participation varies between Iceland, Great Britain, and the United States with a primary focus on voting trends and number of females running for political office. With this, she hopes to continue working in politics and women’s issues after graduating in May.

Schree Greene

Schree is originally from Creedmoor, North Carolina. She is a junior at Bennett College For Women majoring in Women’s Studies and minoring in Entrepreneurship. She has participated in the 11th Annual Environmental Justice summit, the 14th annual Southern Human Rights Organization Conference, and is a Conservation Council of North Carolina Fellow.

Courtney Scott

Courtney Scott, a sophomore at Shaw University, is a native of Savannah, GA. She is a political science major and a presidential scholar. Courtney is vice-president of the Sophomore Class of the Student Government Association, a Student Development Coordinator, a member of the Honors Scholars Association (Honors College), and secretary of the Political Science Club, among many others. She has been an intern for Organizing for America since the fall semester of 2009. Courtney recently conducted prostate cancer research in a summer research program with the Institute for Health, Social, and Community Research. After receiving her undergraduate degree she plans to attend graduate school to study public policy and public health before obtaining a law degree in civil rights and public policy. Courtney plans to run for Senate of the U.S. because she wants to change the way America works. Courtney knows that in order to make a difference, you must “be the change that you wish to see in the world”.

Anita Sivakumar

Anita is a recent graduate from North Carolina State University who double majored in Computer Science and International Politics. Anita is a web development consultant with work experience in private enterprises such as GlaxoSmithKline and non-profit organizations such as WomenNC. She is the webmaster of WomenNC. Along with her work with WomenNC, she is a board member with UNA-Wake. Anita is interested in pursuing a career in graphic design.


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