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Alexandria Brady-Miné

CEO & FOUNDER
 

Hello! My name is Alexandria, I am an 18-year-old human rights activist and nonprofit leader. I am passionate about encouraging youth involvement in human rights and increasing access to education. I have received several national and international awards for my work and was recently named Florida's Top High School Volunteer by the Prudential Spirit of Community Awards and a Young Hero by the National Liberty Museum. 

I enjoy using technology to help youth develop creative solutions to human rights issues. I received the National Award for Aspirations in Computing from the National Center for Women in Information Technology as well as the Stanford She++ Fellowship and was selected as a 2017 Vital Voices Her Lead Fellow.

I am deeply involved in my community and recently completed a term on the Alachua County School Board as the Inaugural Student Representative where I focused on closing the achievement gap. I am also a member of the Education Committee of Gainesville for All, a grassroots organization. I used my experiences with the education system to create Standing Tall, a program working to close the achievement gap in Alachua County through mentorship and civic engagement. Standing Tall was selected as a winner of the Ashoka T-Mobile Changemaker Challenge and the Miracle Corners of the World Young Leaders Access Program. 

If you would like to learn more, please visit www.alexandriabradymine.com or send me an email at alexandriabradymine@gmail.com.

 

Tanya Singh

International director of Programs

Hello folx! My name is Tanya Singh, and I am the International Director of Programs of The Human Projects. I am a non-binary poet, editor & activist from Chandigarh, India. To me, writing is a medium to empower, explore, and to redefine. I am the author of the micro-chapbook, Heaven is Only a Part of Our Body Where All the Sickness Resides (Ghost City Press, 2018). My work is forthcoming/appears in Rust+Moth, Glass: A Journal of Poetry, Eunoia Review and Rising Phoenix Review, and been recognized by the Times of India, The Great Indian Literary Festival, Bow Seat Ocean Awareness Programs, among other places. It is more important to lift those who need us. This is why I want to play a part. I also run - The Cerurove - a progressive literary magazine that celebrates the spirit of humanity. I would really love to be your friend.  Shoot me a quick email  to see how I can help you!

 
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Sarah Chun

Director of Technology

Hello! My name is Sarah Chun and I’m a sophomore from London, ON. I’m passionate about gender equality (especially in the technology and engineering fields), advocating for youth activism and promoting STEM education in public schools. In my community, I am currently the Ward 13 councilor of the London Youth Advisory Council, a mentor at Ladies Learning Code and a Counselor at the Bit By Bit computer science camp. Most importantly, I am the Co-Founder of Girls in TE, a nonprofit organization that inspires young girls to pursue careers in technology and engineering in order to close the gender gap in these fields.

 
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Kelsey Witmeier

Director of Operations - Standing Tall

Hello everyone! My name is Kelsey, and I am a freshman at the University of Florida. I am passionate about mental health, human rights, helping others, and promoting equality and equity throughout communities. I have been an activist for equal access to resources, mental health, and fairness for a long time. I am one of a handful of Certified Youth QPR (Question, Persuade, Refer) Suicide Prevention Gatekeeper Instructors in the country and I am currently an ambassador for the University’s Counseling and Wellness Center. I also serve on a social justice committee which promotes equality, education, and inclusivity throughout the community.

I have joined the Human Project, specifically Standing Tall, because I care about the organization’s overarching goals and aims, as well as the importance of helping those who want to contribute to their communities be able to start projects and gain resources. I look forward to helping others to develop complex problem-solving, communication, leadership skills and to explore their interests. Through this project, I will be able to help others understand they can make a difference which is amazing.
Please feel free to email me at kelseywitmeier@ufl.edu with any questions!