Director (Netter Center)
Harrison Feinman is a student in the College of Arts & Sciences and School of Social Policy & Practice. Off-campus, Harrison has advised local, state, federal, and international officials on various policy matters and works for a public affairs firm. In addition to Penn Leads the Vote, Harrison is involved in Penn Policy Consulting, the University Scholars program and Tau Epsilon Phi fraternity.
Director (Fox Leadership)
Eva Gonzalez is a senior from Ardmore, Pennsylvania studying political science and urban studies. She has interned for several political organizations during her academic career, and is currently the Political Intern for Swing Left.
Institutional Partnerships Coordinator
Nicholas Williams is a junior 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 at PLTV, Nicholas is an associate editor for the Penn History Review and a contributor for the Penn Undergraduate Law Journal Roundtable blog.
Shriya Madhavaram is a freshman 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.
Graduate Partnerships Coordinator
Abigail is a joint-PhD student in education and political science studying civic education, political knowledge and participation, policy, and learning governance. She is a Provost’s Graduate Academic Engagement Fellow at the Netter Center for Community Partnerships and supports curriculum development with the High School Voter Project. Prior to graduate school, Abigail was a social studies teacher and an AmeriCorps volunteer.
Amy Miller is a M.S.Ed. Education Policy student with an educational background in international studies, political science, and global education. Prior to starting graduate school at Penn, Amy taught English in Spain, managed a non-profit education program in Texas, and organized state and federal political campaigns. In addition to working as research coordinator with PLTV, Amy is a member of the 2021 cohort of the LBJ Women’s Campaign School with the University of Texas at Austin.
Natalayna Purnell is a sophomore in the College of Arts & Sciences studying Philosphy, Politics, and Economics. She has past experience planning large-scale events for nonprofit organizations. In addition to Penn Leads the Vote, Natalayna is a member of the Robeson Cooper Scholars Program, the Penn Black Pre-Law Association, and the Penn Film Society.Natalayna Purnell:
Elizabeth Ford is a junior 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.
Sherry Li is a sophomore in the College of Engineering and Applied Sciences studying Digital Media Design. She has previously volunteered with voting organizations.
Peter Labbe is a senior in the College of Arts and Sciences studying Political Science with a minor in Survey Research and Data Analytics. Prior to working with PLTV, he worked as an assistant at Greater Springfield Senior Services in Springfield, MA and as a research assistant at the Linguistic Data Consortium at Penn.
Undergraduate Partnerships Coordinator