Maytal graduated in 2015 with a BA in Economics and History from Northwestern University. While at Northwestern, she worked for a juvenile justice policy publication, mentored high school students in multimedia journalism, and led economic literacy workshops for elementary and middle school students. In her spare time, Maytal enjoys reading creative nonfiction, trying new recipes, and thrift shopping.
Madison graduated in 2016 from the University of Tulsa with a BA in Chinese Studies and Women’s and Gender Studies. Her senior capstone project focused on the state of sexual education in Oklahoma and resources available to university students. She then studied at the Hopkins-Nanjing Center for Chinese and American Studies in Nanjing, China. She graduated in 2017 with a graduate certificate in Chinese and American Studies. In her free time, Madison eats too many desserts and keeps an eye out for sci-fi and fantasy novels.
Wong Kar Mun Nicole
Nicole graduated in 2018 from Stanford University with a BA in International Relations and a minor in Art History. During her time at Stanford, Nicole explored cathedrals and museums in Florence, worked on issues of social inclusion in Jakarta, and participated in interfaith dialogues between global Christian and Muslim academics in Vienna. Nicole is largely interested in issues of race, gender and postcolonialism. She also enjoys singing along to show tunes, learning new languages and reading anything that she can get her hands on.