Meet Our 2022 McCarthy Fellows in San Francisco

Our 2022 McCarthy Fellows in San Francisco have just began their journey with the City and County of San Francisco, by attending their first class at City Hall. In this week’s blog, meet 16 students who will be learning firsthand about San Francisco’s local policymaking, administration, and politics throughout the semester aimed at shaping San Francisco into a more inclusive and equitable city.

Aaron Fontan ’23 Politics
Minor in Public Service and Community Engagement
Internship: Supervisor Shamann Walton

Diego Barajas ’22 Marketing
Internship: San Francisco Public Library – Racial Equity

Lucia Hakkart ’24 Environmental Studies
Minor in Spanish Studies
Internship: SF Environment – Urban Forestry

Myra Cruz ’23 International Studies
Internship: Assessor Recorder

Lauren Keeley ’23 Politics
Minors in Environmental Studies & Peace and Justice Studies
Internship: Supervisor Aaron Peskin

Solinna Venn ’23 Urban Studies
Minor in Politics
Internship: City Administrator

Camila Guerrero ’23 BS Management
Internship: Supervisor Rafael Mandelman

Adeline Schmitz ’23 International Studies
Minor in Legal Studies
Internship: Supervisor Dean Preston

Vineet Mehmi ’23 Politics
Internship: SF Recreation and Parks – Requity Tech Dojo

Katie Lowery ’23 Environmental Studies and International Studies
Internship: SF Environment – Communications and Public Affairs

Bianca Mantovani ’23 Politics
Minor in Environmental Studies
Internship: SF Environment – Communications and Public Affairs

Zach Sexton ’24 Urban Studies
Minor in Film
Internship: SF Planning

Allyssa Olear ’22 Politics
Minors in Legal Studies & Sociology
Internship: Public Defender

Kacie Williams ’22 Environmental Studies
Minors in Legal Studies & Urban Agriculture
Internship: Public Defender

Metyia Phillips ’23 Politics
Minors in African American Studies & Public Service and Community Engagement
Internship: Human Rights Commission
LaSayany Inthalaksa ’23 Psychology
Minor in African American Studies
Internship: SF Department of Early Childhood Education

Learn more about the program here

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arwilliamsonraun • September 14, 2022

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