Junior Fellow

  • Claire Silberman

    Claire Silberman is a junior in SPIA and a fellow for the Civil Society cohort. In her sophomore year, she was a member of the Advocacy Cohort. She spent her recent gap year working for a nonprofit in Appalachia through AmeriCorps, analyzing workforce development programs and policy. Outside of Service Focus, she is involved with The Daily Princetonian, Princeton University Players, and Habitat for Humanity.

  • Oyinade Oyenusi

    Oyinade is the Junior Fellow for the Health and Care Cohort. She is a Psychology major on the pre-medical track obtaining a certificate in French. She hopes to pursue pediatric or trauma surgery in the future. As a sophomore, Oyinade was a part of the Health and Care Cohort, herself. She really enjoyed her time working with Jefferson Health Design Lab and the interviews she conducted with Philadelphia community members regarding the COVID-19 pandemic and vaccine hesitancy. She also appreciates the friendships she fostered during this time!

  • Leila Owens

    Leila is a Junior in the Civil and Environmental Engineering department pursuing a certificate in Sustainable Energy. She is the Junior Fellow for the Public Interest Technology cohort. A past member of the Public Policy Cohort, Leila is interested in environmental policy and climate change.

  • Julia Douvas

    Julia Douvas is a junior studying computer science with interests in public health and ethics and technology. As a part of her Service Focus internship, Julia was fortunate enough to co-teach an online version of COS126, the Princeton introductory computer science class, to students at the University of Puerto Rico-Mayagüez during the summer following her freshman year.

  • Rose Nguyen

    Rose Nguyen (she/her) is a junior majoring in Sociology with a certificate in Gender and Sexuality Studies. She is serving as the Junior Fellow for the Race, Migration, and Belonging (RMB) Service Focus Cohort. Rose was also a part of the RMB cohort as a sophomore and did her summer project with TRIO Upward Bound, a federally funded college guidance program for first-generation and low-income high school students. Rose's academic interests are heavily influenced by her identity as a first-generation, low-income Vietnamese-American student.

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