Nicholas Williams is a senior in the College of Arts & Sciences from Los Angeles, California majoring in Political Science and History. He has interned for elected officials at both the local and federal level. In addition to working with PLTV, Nicholas has served as an associate editor for the Penn History Review and a contributor for the Penn Undergraduate Law Journal Roundtable blog.
Co-Deputy Director (AGF)
Elizabeth Ford is a senior from Glenview, Illinois, in the College of Arts and Sciences majoring in communications with minors in consumer psychology and law and society. Elizabeth has previously interned with organizations concerned with disability rights. In addition to working as PLTV’s digital coordinator, Elizabeth is a member of the Student Athlete Advisory Committee, Women’s Varsity Volleyball, and serves as an Andrew Goodman Foundation Fellow.
Co-Deputy Director (Fox)
Shriya Madhavaram is a sophomore from Charlotte, North Carolina planning to major in Political Science and Economics. Before studying at Penn, Shriya worked as an organizing intern on both local and congressional campaigns. In addition to working as a field organizer for Penn Leads the Vote, Shriya also serves as an Andrew Goodman Foundation Fellow.
Institutional Partnerships Coordinator
Sarah Alkhafaji is a junior in the College from Boston, Massachusetts. She is studying International Relations with interests in Modern Middle Eastern studies, International Development, human development, and journalism. She has experience in working with voter registration drives for newly sworn-in citizens in Massachusetts, and coordinating youth-centered workshops in civic engagement and social empowerment.
Sherry Li is a junior in the School of Engineering and Applied Science studying Digital Media Design. She is also a designer for Penn’s The Signal and The Daily Pennsylvanian.
Graduate Partnerships Coordinator
Haley Ferise is a third-year law student focusing on employment law and litigation. She earned a Bachelor of Arts summa cum laude in Spanish and Near Eastern Languages and Cultures from Indiana University Bloomington in 2020. Haley attends Penn Carey Law in part because her favorite suffragist, Alice Paul, also attended UPenn. Next year, she will be a first-year associate at Duane Morris LLP.
Tvisha Malik is a Senior in Wharton from Houston, Texas. She is studying Legal Studies and Finance. She has been involved in PLTV since 2019. Outside of civic engagement, she loves to cook, travel, exercise, and study banking regulation.
Research and Analytics Coordinator
Julia Levine is a Sophomore in the College from Long Island, New York. She is studying Cognitive Science with interests in public policy and data science. Julia has experience on several local and national campaigns, along with volunteering at voter registration drives and co-creating a youth civic engagement program in her hometown.
Alyssa is a sophomore from Southaven, MS in the College double majoring in Cognitive Science and Computer Science. Alyssa is involved with the Penn Infant Language Center as a research assistant, and while at Penn is interested in learning more about linguistics, artificial intelligence, and behavioral economics. She has experience hosting voter registration drives and other civic engagement events in Mississippi and in her free time loves to bake, paint, and explore local farmer’s markets.
Elena Paz is a freshman studying Economics from San Pedro Sula, Honduras. Elena has interned on national government programs involving the UN, along with creating clubs regarding politics, finance and economics. She loves to learn about and invest in the blockchain protocol and write articles regarding trending topics.