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Photograph of Chad GasmanChad Gasman

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Chad Gasman is a sophomore in the College, double majoring in Government and Women’s and Gender Studies and minoring in Sociology. A Los Angeleno at heart, Chad is passionate about issues that affect their neighborhood growing up - particularly LGBTQ issues and immigration rights. In addition to working at the Center for Social Justice, they are the President of GUPride, edit for the Undergraduate Law Review, and serve in the Georgetown University Student Association (GUSA) Senate representing West Campus.

photo of Grace KoehiGrace Koehl

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Grace Koehl, a junior in the School of Nursing and Health Studies, joined the CSJ as one of the Center Operations Interns in September 2017.  Originally from Minnesota, she is studying to receive her BS in Global Health with a minor in Spanish.  Prior to her role as Center Operations Intern, Grace took part in several CSJ programs including Young Diplomats of Seaton Elementary, the Alternative Breaks Program, and the Intersections online summer course. 

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Ashley Lane is a sophomore in the School of Foreign Service, intending to major in Science, Technology, and International Affairs with a minor in Persian. She grew up in the small town of Otsego, MI, and joined the CSJ this fall as a Center Operations Intern. On campus, Ashley is involved with several different organizations, including as a mentor and board member for Stride for College, and as a trip leader for Alternative Breaks Program. She is also a Senior Fellow and Co-Director of the Fellows Program at the Joyce Ivy Foundation, a non-profit organization based out of Ann Arbor, MI. 

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Jenna Moniz, is a Massachusetts native working as Center Operations Intern. A freshman in the College, she is undeclared but hopes to find her passion this year in order to start moving towards a specific major. She is excited to learn about the many programs that are run by the CSJ and was introduced to the center during her pre-orientation week through First Year Orientation to Community Involvement (FOCI). Jenna enjoys learning about social justice movements, and hopes that through the center she can become involved in more programs, specifically the Alternative Breaks Program as well as the Prison Outreach program. Jenna is currently involved with SAPE, College Dems, Green club, and H*yas for Choice.