Meet the folks who make up the YI team! See below for our staff bios, and for a full directory list, please click here.

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    Rachel Fleischer

    Executive Director

    Rachel Fleischer is the Executive Director of Young Invincibles. She brings nearly two decades of experience building advocacy and public awareness campaigns to this role, most recently serving as Senior Director at Planned Parenthood Federation of America.

    Fleischer has spent the last seven years leading some of Planned Parenthood’s largest health care and advocacy efforts, including the most recent campaign to defeat congressional “defund” efforts, the organization’s consumer education program around the Affordable Care Act, the launch of Planned Parenthood’s breast health initiative, and Planned Parenthood’s 100th anniversary celebration. She also managed the Planned Parenthood Action Fund’s Independent Expenditure communications work during the 2012 Presidential campaign.

    Prior to her work at Planned Parenthood, Rachel oversaw numerous issue-based advocacy and communications efforts for a range of foundations, non-profit organizations, and political candidates at two award-winning consulting firms — Behr Communications and GMMB.

    Fleischer lives in Washington DC with her husband Lucas and their two boys, Sam and Miles. She hails from South Jersey — and is proud of it.

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    Mouhamad Alem

    Senior Director of Finance and Operations

    Mouhamad is fueled by the idea that people, knowledge, and technology can be combined to make a positive impact on the world. As Sr. Director of Finance and Operations, Mouhamad brings a rich and diverse set of experiences working across operations, finance, and management in both the non-profit and corporate worlds.

    As a grassroots organizer, Mouhamad has written policy proposals, organized public awareness campaigns, and provided media training in support of communities extending from New Orleans to Aleppo and on progressive issues ranging from affordable housing to immigration reform.

    Most recently, Mouhamad served as Chief Operating Officer at Greenberg Quinlan Rosner Research. As COO, Mouhamad led the company to the strongest financial position of the past twelve years while managing all aspects of the company’s strategic planning and daily operation.

    Prior to his time at GQRR Mouhamad served as Director of Information Technology at Green America, a non-profit organization focused on harnessing the strength of consumers, investors, businesses, and the marketplace to create a socially just and environmentally sustainable society. He also served on the Board as a staff-appointed representative.

    Previously, Mouhamad served as Project Director for Microsoft directing the project that brought the Internet to Saudi Arabia for the first time. He delivered the two-year project under budget and ahead of schedule. In addition, he trained and launched Saudi Arabia’s first women’s technology council and designed the country’s first multilingual online courses.

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    Troy Alim

    Midwest Organizer

    Troy Alim is the Midwest Organizer in the Midwest regional office. After living in Atlanta, Georgia for four years working in the music industry, Troy returned home to Chicago and dedicated himself to fighting for social justice. He has organized for the last three years with the AIDS Foundation of Chicago and Chicago Votes. He currently serves as the Organizing Co-chair for the Chicago chapter of the Black Youth Project 100. In his free time, Troy enjoys reading, writing, and eating every type of taco known to human kind.

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    Morgan Diamond

    Midwest Program Manager

    As the Midwest Program Manager, Morgan works to expand apprenticeship programs across Illinois. Morgan has over ten years of workforce development experience, particularly with young adults from underrepresented populations. Throughout her career in nonprofit and government agencies, Morgan has had the opportunity to combine her love of teaching with her passion for addressing the structural and personal barriers that individuals face when seeking meaningful employment.

    A proud Tar Heel, Morgan was born and raised in North Carolina and received both her bachelor’s degree and a Master of Social Work degree from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. She is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and serves clients (particularly young adults) in a private practice setting. Prior to working at Young Invincibles, Morgan has worked in community organizing, lobbying, program coordination, and curriculum development capacities.

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    Fedora Galasso

    Southern Regional Director

    Fedora Galasso is YI’s Southern Regional Director. Based in Austin, Texas she leads the strategic direction, programming, and policy priorities on health care, higher education, workforce/finances, and civic engagement for the region.

    Prior to joining YI, Fedora worked at the Texas Health and Human Services Commission, where she managed several innovative statewide programs, including the Community Partner Program, Community Resource Coordination Groups and Faith- and Community-Based Initiative. These programs all aimed at fostering public and private partnerships between the state and local community organizations to expand access to healthcare, education and economic supports for Texans.

    Fedora also worked as a senior policy analyst with the Texas Department of Family and Protective Services identifying, researching, evaluating, and disseminating evidence-based best practices, program models, and policies as well as implementing large-scale initiatives such as Trauma Informed Care and Differential Response. Prior to that she worked at Ascend at the Aspen Institute, researching and evaluating two-generation family economic security programs across the nation.

    Fedora graduated with dual master degrees in Public Affairs and Social Work from the University of Texas at Austin where she specialized in social and economic policy with a focus on innovative child and family social policy and programs. In her spare time Fedora enjoys teaching and practicing yoga at several Austin yoga studios, swimming at local swimming holes, and eating breakfast tacos.

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    Heidi Gider

    Senior Director of Development

    Heidi has worked in all areas of resource development and nonprofit management since 1996.

    Heidi previously held the position of Director of Development at numerous local and national nonprofit organizations, including Alliance for Justice. She is a long-time champion of individual rights, equitable access to legal services, and social justice, and currently serves on the Board of Responsive Law. She has chosen to work with organizations that help her pursue her personal and professional goal: advocating for the under-served. Heidi also worked at the National Women’s Health Network as their Director of Advancement, Equal Rights Advocates in San Francisco, as well as the Society for Women’s Health Research and the Legal Aid Society of the District of Columbia, where she served as their first Director of Development. She is a Senior Consultant with The Rainmakers Group, a DC-based firm, which provides development services to small-to-mid-size nonprofit organizations. Through the Association of Fundraising Professionals Golden Gate Chapter Mentor Program, she advised a fellow. An enthusiastic and experienced public speaker, she has presented at the Bridge Conference, Center for Nonprofit Success, Direct Marketing Association, and Merrill Lynch. Heidi is a graduate of Bard College and studied abroad as part of St. Clare’s Oxford Liberal Arts Semester programme. She is a Notary Public in DC.

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    Aurora Harris

    Southern Deputy Director for Partnerships & Organizing

    Aurora Harris is the Southern Deputy Director for Partnerships & Organizing for Young Invincibles’ Southern Office, where she acts as the main liaison between grasstops partners and organizing work and strategy—ensuring that young people’s voices and experiences are represented within local and statewide discussions related to policy change and service provision.

    Aurora is an influential leader with a wealth of experience in community outreach and project management. Prior to working at Young Invincibles, Aurora served as Executive Director of the Lesbian Health Initiative (LHI). During her tenure, she formalized collaborative partnerships and increased the diversity of board leadership, volunteers, and clients served while simultaneously solidifying LHI’s sustainability for years to come. Aurora also served as Community Outreach Manager for the Preservation Society of Charleston, where she convened the City’s first coalition of African American preservationist and established the City of Charleston’s Modern Civil Rights Era Historic Marker Trail.

    Aurora is part of New Leaders Council Class of 2017 and she currently sits on the City of Houston’s first ever Mayoral LGBTQ Advisory board. Aurora received her B.A. in English and African-American Studies from the College of Charleston. She has roots in the Gullah Geechee culture of the Southeast and enjoys reading, volunteering, and cooking.

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    Erin Hemlin

    Director of Health Policy and Advocacy

    Erin Hemlin oversees health policy and advocacy for Young Invincibles. She currently leads YI’s policy development and government relations work related to access to health care with a focus on the federal marketplace and Medicaid, as well as young adult health care utilization, specifically regarding mental health. Previously, Erin led YI’s health care consumer education work for five years which focused on ACA implementation and helping young people access coverage directly, as well as connecting partners to young adults in their communities. She has authored reports for YI focused on young adult health, and was a contributing author for the textbook Navigating Health Insurance. Her work has been frequently cited in the media, including major publications like NPR, NBC News, and The New York Times.

    Erin previously worked for a social change-oriented lobbying firm, The Sheridan Group, and for the Congressional Research Service. She serves on the Board of Directors of The National Alliance for Adolescent Health, and enjoys reading, and all things sports in her spare time. She is a native Texan, and received her B.A. from St. Edward’s University, and M.A. from George Mason University.

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    Tremayne Jackson

    Senior Manager of Finance & Operations

    In his position as Senior Manager of Finance & Operations, Tremayne plays a key role in managing the day to day finances and operations at Young Invincibles. Trey brings to the YI team a diversified educational and professional background that displays his business/finance acumen. In his previous position as the Accounts Receivable Accountant for Crown Agents USA Inc., Trey oversaw government contract compliance as it relates to billing/collection, managed the A/R process, collaborated with various project managers for budget/profit-loss analysis and account reconciliations, presented monthly aging report analysis, assisted in generating monthly forecasts, as well as sat on the Knowledge Management Team as a representative of the finance department. Trey implemented a great number of new management tools and policies and procedures during his time at CAUSA. He also was in charge of facility management in his earlier role as a Logistics/Operations Coordinator for CAUSA. Prior to his time at CAUSA, Trey worked as a Judicial Security Intern for the U.S Marshals.

    Trey holds an MBA from Kansas Wesleyan University with a hard focus in management & MAcc from American University with a certificate in Forensic Accounting. He has hopes of achieving both his CPA and CFE certifications in the near future. In addition to his MBA, Trey also achieved his double major BA degree in Criminal Justice and Sociology with a minor in Psychology from KWU.

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    David James

    Operations Coordinator

    David is the Operations Coordinator here at Young Invincibles. He is responsible for day-to-day office administrative support as well as working with the rest of the operations team to build out key organizational structures and procedures. David is a vital part of the Operations team as he provides administrative and logistical support to the Operations & Executive team.

    Before joining YI David worked on Andrew’s Air Force Base at the Malcolm Grow Medical Center as a Data Base Sustainment Specialist. There he served as a critical centerpiece within their Facility Management and Logistics departments. Prior to his time at Malcolm Grow David worked in both the Finance and Insurance industry. He graduated with a Bachelor's of Science in Business Management from Albright College in 2014.

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    Melanie Kruvelis

    Northeast Senior Manager of Policy and Advocacy

    Melanie Kruvelis is the Northeast Senior Manager of Policy and Advocacy
    for Young Invincibles’ New York office, where she conducts qualitative and quantitative research on issues impacting young adults in New York City and State, including college affordability, immigrant health, and young adult unemployment.

    Prior to joining Young Invincibles, Melanie used her background in policy research to affect change both locally and federally. As a policy associate with DC Appleseed, she worked on strengthening the early care and education workforce in the District of Columbia, working with educators and policymakers to implement systems change in DC’s early education landscape. She was also the 2016 Mariam K. Chamberlain Fellow in Women and Public Policy at the Institute for Women’s Policy Research, where she focused on improving college accessibility for parenting students. Her research has been cited by the U.S. Department of Education and has been published by the United Nations Population Fund. She previously worked at Northwestern University’s Institute for Policy Research and in public radio.

    Melanie received her B.A. from the University of Michigan in 2014, earning high honors for her thesis research on gender in constitutions. She enjoys podcasting, concerts, and everything bagels.

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    Kate Londen

    Deputy Digital Director

    Kate oversees all digital communications strategy at Young Invincibles. Kate brings six years of experience in using communications for progressive advocacy. In her previous position, she was the Communications Manager at URGE: Unite for Reproductive & Gender Equity, a national reproductive justice non-profit. Before joining the team at URGE, she worked as a Communications Associate for the global nonprofit, One Economy. Kate is a native of Charlottesville, Virginia and a graduate of the University of Southern California, where she studied documentary filmmaking.

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    Christina Long

    Southern Program Manager
    Christina is the Southern Program Manager, where she works across YI’s policy and program initiatives in higher education, workforce development, and healthcare. Christina specializes in the region’s policy research and analysis, and supports the Texas team’s Austin based projects and young adult leaders. Bringing experience across K-12 and higher education, Christina is energized to bridge the gap between education and workforce goals. Prior to YI, Christina researched PK-12 district policy with the Urban Leaders Fellowship, where she served as a policy fellow and regional director. Her past research includes state charter school policy, youth mental health policy, and district discipline policy. She also led college-going programming for over 2,000 Ohio students, co-taught a first year college success with the Ohio State Office of Diversity and Inclusion, and designed a leadership training curriculum for Stanford University Global Engineering Programs. Christina is further excited by entrepreneurship and tech, and is a graduate of Stanford Ignite, the Stanford GSB venture launch program. Christina holds a B.A. in Political Science with a Minor in Public Affairs from UCLA, an M.A. in School Counseling, and an M.A. in Policy, Organizations, and Leadership from the Stanford Graduate School of Education. In her spare time, she loves running, strumming the ukulele, and catching local comedy shows.

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    Kristin McGuire

    Western Regional Director

    Kristin grew up in Wentzville, MO and Palmetto, AL. Growing up in very small towns, Kristin realized early on that her voice stood out and often differed from public opinion. This still holds true today.

    Kristin built her career advancing social justice movements. She has worked for various organizations advocating for disenfranchised communities, from paroled young adults to those without access to quality health care. Kristin has played a large role in shaping and implementing some of the most progressive tobacco policy in Southern California, namely smoke-free housing, parks, and outdoor areas in Compton. Prior to joining YI, Kristin spent the last three years operating her own campaign consulting business in Los Angeles.

    Kristin received her B.S. in Public Administration from CSU Dominguez Hills. When she isn’t trying to change the world, Kristin is a PTA mom, blogger, and member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Inc. — the best sorority in the world.

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    Paydon Miller

    Press Secretary

    Paydon Miller is a Wisconsin native with more than a decade of grassroots advocacy experience spanning political, advocacy, and non-profit campaigns. As Press Secretary for Young Invincibles, Paydon manages YI's press relations and media inquiries.

    For the last five years, Paydon managed communications campaigns that engaged and educated people nationwide to help them find health care that fit their needs and budget. Prior to joining YI, Paydon spent three years at Enroll America, where he last worked as National Communicators Program Director, and a year at the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation working on their policy & advocacy communications team. He's also worked on many political campaigns at the national, state, and local level, and loves the "roll up your sleeves" work of grassroots organizing.

    Paydon is a graduate of University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire with degrees in Political Science and Print Journalism. In his free time, Paydon enjoys playing banjo, homebrewing, and exploring DC on his bike.

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    Phelan O'Neil

    Connector Training Manager

    Phelan manages the Get Covered Connector, a cutting-edge digital scheduling tool that allows partners to more easily reach and enroll vulnerable communities by enhancing their use of data and analytics. Prior to YI, Phelan worked at Enroll America for several years, training community organizations on successful outreach strategies for ACA enrollment. Phelan also has a background in political campaigns, working for candidates across the nation at the local, state and federal levels. He graduated from the University of Iowa with a joint-degree in Organizational Studies and Non-Profit Management.

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    Christina Postolowski

    Rocky Mountain Regional Director

    Christina is YI’s Rocky Mountain Director based in Denver, CO, where she oversees Young Invincibles' young adult leadership, policy advocacy, and organizing work in the region. Previously, Christina was a Policy Manager in YI’s national office in Washington, DC, where she led the organization’s work on health coverage and young parents. Christina has engaged in federal and state policy research and advocacy on issues including federal financial aid reform, health insurance access, and family economic security.

    A native of Colorado, Christina holds a J.D. from Georgetown Law and an A.B. from Princeton University. Prior to law school, Christina worked for the Colorado Divisions of Real Estate and Insurance, where she helped to create and administer regulatory programs to protect consumers. In her free time, Christina likes to explore the great outdoors and perform with community theatres and choirs in the area.

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    Alex Pryor

    Digital Communications Coordinator

    Alex manages and creates content for YI’s digital communications platforms. Alex brings in a diverse array of experiences and skills. In his previous position, he was a Digital Marketer for the digital agency, Fifth Tribe, working primarily with commercial and nonprofit clients. Alex is a proud native of the DC-metropolitan area, and a graduate of the University of Maryland, where he majored in American Studies.

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    Kathryn Quintin

    Partnerships Manager

    Kathryn Quintin is the Partnerships Manager at Young Invincibles, working with the Students Learn Students Vote Coalition to increase nonpartisan student voting and engagement on college campuses. She was previously the Programs Manager at Asian and Pacific Islander Vote (APIAVote) where she coordinated most of the youth engagement and outreach and founded the #WetheAAPI Ambassador Program that engaged over 30 campuses around AAPI civic engagement.

    She also previously has held a position as the Executive Director of the East Coast Asian American Student Union (ECAASU) and on the Board of Advisers for SERCAAL (Southeast Regional Conference for Asian American Leaders). She is a graduate of Florida State University and majored in International Affairs with a focus on Sociology.

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    Cristina Rivera

    Director of Engagement
    Cristina has over 10 years of experience in educational programming for non-profits with a specific focus on creating curricula for training programs on issue-based campaigns and youth leadership development. Her experience began in her home city of El Paso, Texas where she organized and educated the El Paso community on LGBTQ issues and assisted youth with organizing Gay-Straight Alliances at their high schools. Cristina continued her work on engaging youth by working with Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) of New Mexico where she created youth educational programming on DWI and underage drinking prevention. Cristina worked as a Community Training Specialist at the Advocacy arm of Consumer Reports where she built member engagement training programs and consumer education workshops on a variety of issue areas. She now serves as the Director of Engagement for Young Invincibles, where she leads the young adult engagement strategy for and supports the programs in YI’s regional offices. In her spare time, she enjoys cooking, spending time with her dog, Churro, and her family. She has a Bachelor’s in Communications Studies from the University of Texas at El Paso and a Master’s, in Educational Leadership and Organizational Learning, from the University of New Mexico. On her spare time, Cristina enjoys cooking (she sells a mean pozole verde during the holidays), volunteering at the Borderland Rainbow Center (El Paso's LGBTQ Center), and spending time with her dog, Churro (#chucotownchurro) and her family.

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    Mina Schultz

    ACA Outreach and Enrollment Program Manager

    Mina is the ACA Outreach and Enrollment Program Manager at Young Invincibles, where she supports efforts to promote opportunities for young adults to gain access to health insurance coverage. Mina joins Young Invincibles from New York City's GetCoveredNYC initiative, where she conducted community outreach to help New Yorkers understand their health coverage options. As a former Certified Application Counselor in rural West Virginia, she has enjoyed helping vulnerable populations not only access health insurance but also health care. Mina earned her B.A. in French from the Pennsylvania State University, her M.A. in French and Foreign Language Education from the University of Missouri, and her Master of Public Health from The George Washington University.

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    Sarah Schultz

    Deputy Executive Director

    Sarah Schultz is Young Invincibles’ Deputy Executive Director. She joined the organization in 2015 after spending several years working at a New York City-based public relations agency. During her time there, Sarah worked on developing and implementing campaigns for clients across a number of industries with a special focus on nonprofit organizations in the health care space.

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    Kyle Southern

    Policy and Advocacy Director, Higher Education and Workforce

    Kyle focuses on advancing social and economic equity through national and state higher education and workforce policy. He brings to YI a decade of experience as an education researcher and policy professional. Prior to joining YI, Kyle served as Director of Policy and Research for Complete Tennessee, a statewide higher education advocacy nonprofit based in Nashville.

    Kyle holds a Ph.D. in higher education from the University of Michigan, where his research addressed equity issues including racial and ethnic diversity of tenure-track faculty and the intersections of immigration and higher education policy. His writing has been published in peer-reviewed journals and books, as well as popular publications including Diverse: Issues in Higher Education. Kyle has presented at regional, national, and international conferences on higher education access, tuition, and student support services.

    A native of Winston-Salem, North Carolina, Kyle earned a bachelor's in American Studies and Master's in Education Policy, both from Vanderbilt University. He serves on the Board of Directors for the Tennessee Higher Education Initiative, which facilitates access to college degree programs for men who are incarcerated across the state. He also has been a member of the Vanderbilt Alumni Association Board of Directors and a Fellow of the Salzburg Global Seminar.

    Kyle enjoys traveling both internationally and across the country, and he is working toward a goal of visiting all 50 states. He also enjoys live music performances, basketball, and baseball--though always as a spectator.

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    Erin Steva

    Midwest Director

    Erin Steva is the Midwest Director of Young Invincibles, based in Chicago. At YI, Erin oversees the office’s efforts to expand access to higher education, jobs, and health care, including serving as a member of the Apprenticeships Committee of the Illinois Workforce Innovation Board. Prior to this position, Erin led research, advocacy, and organizing efforts at the local, state, and national level on public health and consumer-protection issues. Successful initiatives include expanding San Diego’s funding for public transportation by $3 billion, passing a ballot measure to fund high speed rail in California, and improving community health protections in the City of Los Angeles’ zoning policies. Erin has been quoted in the Los Angeles Times, San Diego Tribune, and several NPR affiliates. She graduated Summa Cum Laude from University of Minnesota and holds a Masters in Public Policy from UCLA.

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    Clarissa Unger

    Director of Civic Engagement

    Clarissa Unger is the Civic Engagement Director for Young Invincibles. In this capacity, she leads the Students Learn Students Vote Coalition, which promotes nonpartisan civic engagement on college campuses. Clarissa has a background in advocacy, communications, fundraising, and political campaigns, and has worked on strategic campaigns both nationally and internationally. Prior to joining YI, Clarissa served as the Development Coordinator for the Robert. J. Dole Institute of Politics at the University of Kansas where she helped to promote civic engagement on campus. She holds a Masters in Public Administration from the University of Kansas and a Masters in Comparative European Politics from the Trinity College Dublin in Ireland.

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    Manfred Veizaga

    Communications Coordinator

    As Young Invincibles' Communications Coordinator, Manfred manages story sharing opportunities by working closely with young adults to help elevate their voices and share their unique stories through different channels of communication and media.

    Manfred graduated from George Mason University, where he majored in Communication with a concentration in Media Production and Criticism. Manfred brings a diverse range of skills and experiences from within the communication field. Prior to his position at YI, Manfred interned at Univision Washington, a Spanish language T.V. station in Washington, D.C. and worked in small business for a few years.

    In his leisure time, Manfred enjoys traveling, listening to music, checking out new restaurants, and exploring D.C. on foot.

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    Cameron Vigil

    Rocky Mountain Organizing Coordinator

    As the Rocky Mountain Organizing Coordinator, Cameron is responsible for implementing Young Invincibles’ consumer education and engagement work in Colorado.

    Cameron graduated from the University of Colorado Denver, majoring in Sociology and minoring in Women and Gender Studies. She is currently attending Regis University, obtaining her masters in Nonprofit Management, expected to graduate in May of 2019. Prior to working with YI, Cameron worked at Youth Advocates Program, a nonprofit organization committed to the provision of community-based alternatives to out-of-home care through direct service, advocacy and policy change. She also participated in the Young Advocates Program held in the Rocky Mountain office and served on both the regional and national Youth Advisory Board for YI.

    Cameron stays engaged with her community back home by co-creating the Leticia “Weda” Salinas Scholarship, available for any high school senior living in Pueblo, Colorado. The scholarship aims to not only help students afford higher education but reduce the stigma of mental health within the community.

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    Iesha Young

    VA Trainer and Outreach Coordinator

    As VA Trainer and Outreach Coordinator with YI, Iesha's dedicated to educating and training young adults on the Affordable Care Act and accessing health care in the Virginia area. Iesha is a graduate from UMUC where she earned her degree in Communications Studies. Iesha has a background in broadcast, marketing, communications, and outreach. In her previous position as Reproductive Outreach Specialist, she educated teens and young adults on reproductive health and future family planning needs.

    In her spare time, she enjoys traveling, reading and spending time with her family in New York. She looks forward to contributing to the ongoing success of Young Invincibles.

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    Mahmoud Zahriya

    West Advocacy Manager

    Mahmoud Zahriya is based in the Sacramento office as YI's West Advocacy Manager. In collaboration with the West Regional Director and YI's national policy team, Mahmoud is responsible for implementing Young Invincibles' statewide policy and government affairs work in California.

    As a Sacramento native, longtime activist, and a previous Policy Manager for CAIR California, Mahmoud was involved in some of the most prominent civil rights campaigns from community surveillance, to police use of force, and the so called "Muslims Travel Ban 2.0".

    During his spare time, Mahmoud proudly serves as a leading member of the Sacramento Immigration Coalition where him and his close friends have continuously advocated in canceling county contracts for numerous Immigration Detention facitilies across northern California. During his spare time, Mahmoud also serves as the Caucus Chair of the Arab American Caucus for the California Democratic Party.

    Mahmoud graduated from Sacramento State University with a BA in Political Science with an emphasis in International Relations.