Noah Betman (since Fall 2018)
Noah Betman is a first-year MPA student concentrating in nonprofit management and policy analysis. Noah is interested in nonprofits, education, and philanthropy. Previously, Noah was an Education Justice Fellow with Repair the World in Detroit.
Anjali Bhatt (since Fall 2018)
Anjali Bhatt is a first-year BA student studying Economic Consulting and Business Analytics. She is a research scholar from the IU Center of Excellence for Women in Technology (CEWiT). Anjali is interested in analytics and consulting.
Anthony Colombo (since Fall 2017)
Anthony Colombo is a second-year MPA student concentrating in Nonprofit Management. Previously, Anthony worked as a store manager for the Athens Area Habitat for Humanity ReStore. His background is in Public Relations.
Sarah Dyer (since Fall 2017)
Sarah Dyer is a second-year MPA student concentrating in Nonprofit Management and Social Entrepreneurship. She is interested in nonprofit administration in human service organizations.
Payton Goodman (since Fall 2017)
Payton Goodman is a third-year BA student studying Political Science and Gender Studies. Payton is interested in political research involving women and politics as well as comparative political research.
Sher Khashimov (since Summer 2018)
Sher Khashimov is a second-year MPA student concentrating in Policy Analysis and Energy. He is interested in the crossroad of energy issues and governance. Previously, Sher managed the U.S. Department of State's educational agenda in Tajikistan.
Brittany Kurt (since Spring 2019)
Brittany Kurt is a first-year MPA student concentrating in Nonprofit Management. She is interested in the development and implementation of human service focused nonprofit organizations. Brittany also serves as a ScholarCorps AmeriCorps member with the IU Bloomington 21st Century Scholars office.
Elizabeth McAvoy (since Fall 2018)
Elizabeth McAvoy is a first-year BSPA student studying Law & Public Policy with a dual degree in Philosophy/Political Science. She is a research scholar from the IU Center of Excellence for Women in Technology (CEWiT). Elizabeth is interested in American politics and the meaning of life.
Kellie McGiverin-Bohan (since Fall 2007)
Kellie McGiverin-Bohan is a doctoral candidate in Public Affairs. Her research focuses on nonprofit finance and tax policy. Kellie has worked with the Indiana Nonprofits project since 2007, and now acts as a statistical consultant for the INP Team.