Contacts & Staff
Faculty AssociatesHaverford House FellowsStudent Assistants
Grace Brosnan ‘20
Grace is a sophomore who is passionate about most things in life. Currently, those passions are manifesting themselves as an international studies major, but she’ll always have a heart for physics and math. She would like to study international examples of governments that successfully prioritize social welfare over privatized profits and military capacity, but currently knows nothing about the topic. Other passions include: bicycle commuting, taking notes, mental health preservation as an activist, contemplating her place in the movement, and cinnamon. Her muses include Carl Sagan, her friends, and her mom.
Lev Greenstein ‘20
Lev Greenstein is a sophomore from Philadelphia majoring in political science with minor in Spanish. He cares deeply about working towards justice on a global scale, especially in relation to migration, and has involved himself with CPGC to do work in that area. Outside of his CPGC involvement, he enjoys crew and a cappella, and hopes to get involved with more clubs as his time at Haverford goes on. He appreciates new people, fulfilling work, and experience, and searches for all three wherever he travels. He continues in his search here, at the CPGC.
Shu Min He ’19
Shu is an anthropology major, specifically cultural anthropology. Her job as an E-Newsletter editor at CPGC allows her to promote various on-campus and off-campus events relating to social justice, which manifests itself through many topics she studies in anthropology. Shu’s love for cultures has led her to several expeditions through CPGC programs, ranging from making salsa in West Virginia to co-teaching computer lessons in a Northern Ghana village. Last but not least, this summer CPGC funded Shu’s work with recent Chinese youth at Asian American United. She can’t wait to pursue more opportunities in youth development and immigrant work!
Callie Kennedy ’18
Callie Kennedy is a senior anthropology major who is grateful to be supporting the CPGC's work this year. She is interested in working in the field of immigrant justice, and is curious about the intersections of identity, feminism, story and art. She is an eager reader, creator and enjoyer of food, and yoga doer.
Ananya Kumar BMC ‘19
Ananya Kumar is a senior economics major at Bryn Mawr College, from New Delhi, India. In her free time, you can find her doing yoga and planning imaginary vacations. Her dream job is to be the host of a political satire podcast, but in the meantime, she's trying to get into law school. In the coming year, Ananya will be working on her thesis on developmental policy-making and drinking copious amounts of caffeine. She has been involved with the Re(Act) conversation series, and works as the International Programs Assistant for CPGC.
Alicia Lopez-Torres ’20
Alicia Lopez-Torres is a sophomore intending to double major in Growth and Structure of Cities & Spanish. They are a low income, first generation student of color interested in advancing the rights of said demographic on and off campus. In their free time they enjoy playing guitar and making clothes. This upcoming school year Alicia will be busy connecting student clubs interested in social justice work with the resources at the CPGC.
Hayle Meyerhoff '20
Hayle Meyerhoff is part of the class of 2020, and works as a baker for the CPGC. Her favorite treats include cookies, brownies, and anything with lots of chocolate. Outside of the CPGC, Hayle is a leader of the Haverford Outdoors Club. As a native to Portland, Oregon, she loves spending time outside, singing, and exploring her new city, Philadelphia. Hayle hopes to major in Sociology with a concentration in Peace, Justice, and Human Rights, and a minor in visual studies.
Vanessa Morales ‘19
Vanessa Morales is a junior anthropology major and Latin American, Iberian, Latina/o studies minor from the golden state, California. While she misses the dry heat and In-n-Out, Vanessa has enjoyed living in and exploring the East Coast. In addition to working at the CPGC, Vanessa also spends her time working at the OAR and the Coop, and serves as Vice-President for ALAS. Having grown up in Santa Ana, CA, Vanessa is passionate about immigration law and policy reform, and gentrification. As a low-income student, she looks forward to helping students connect with the CPGC to find programs and internships that help them develop an understanding of the world outside of a textbook or classroom lecture.
Jason Ngo '21
Jason Ngo is a prospective math major at Haverford College, currently working as an e-Newsletter editor at CPGC. Being a low-income first-generation student from Vietnam, Jason is mostly interested in promoting support for the particular student group and also in issues related to immigration. Most of the time, instead of doing work, Jason would do yoga, tidy his room, and create new music playlists for different moods because he is an emotionally complex person.
Theodora Rodine ’19
Theodora is a Junior studying anthropology and Peace, Justice, and Human Rights at Haverford. She wants to use her college education to help create effective and radical solutions for some of the world's problems. She loves theatre and is a board member and Production Manager for Spotlight Theatre Company. Theodora lives in Quaker House and loves cooking and visiting Philadelphia when she can.
Kerry Rodriguez ‘18
Kerry Rodriguez is a senior Political Science major and Economics minor at Haverford College. He is currently a research associate at the CPGC Cafe where he supports the Global Engagement Survey with examining the outcomes of high impact programming, such as learning and study abroad initiatives. A fun fact about Kerry is that he enjoys rooting for the Boston Red Sox though he lives and has been living in New York City for all his life. At the BiCo, he dances and choreographs with Pulso, a latinx dance group.
Elizabeth Royer ‘18
Elizabeth Royer is a senior English major and psychology minor. She just got back from a year in the UK and still can't stop drinking tea. Her interests include intersectional feminism, comprehensive sex education, paperback sci-fi novels, and long conversations about the characters on Parks & Rec. She's excited to come back to work for the CPGC this year!
Kate Weiler BMC ’20
Kate Weiler is a sophomore from Sudbury, Massachusetts. In addition to working at CPGC, Kate is on the executive board of Latin dance troupe Pulso Latino and serves as a Customs Person at Bryn Mawr. You’ll probably find her studying, doing yoga, watching SNL, or caring for her beloved succulents: Davis, Louise, and Sidney. No matter what, you’ll always see her with a smile on her face and a book in hand.
- Kathryne Corbin (French and Francophone Studies)
- Aurelia Gomez Unamuno (Spanish)
- Eric Hartman (Center for Peace and Global Citizenship)
- Joshua Moses (Anthropology and Environmental Studies)
- John Mosteller (Institutional Advancement)
- Jill Stauffer (Peace, Justice, and Human Rights)