Randi came to Baltimore from Pennsylvania to teach 10th Grade American Government at Edmondson Westside High School. After six years in the classroom, she moved into the nonprofit sector running afterschool programs, working in fundraising and most recently, providing coaching and capacity building to a portfolio of 70 Community Schools and afterschool programs at The Family League of Baltimore. Randi also serves as an adjunct instructor at Stevenson University’s Community Based Education and Leadership Program.
Dana, a Palestinian-American was born and raised in Phoenix, Arizona, where she received her Bachelor’s degree from Arizona State University’s School of Social Work. After graduating from ASU, Dana joined Teach for America and worked as a teacher in Detroit for two years, cultivating her passion for working alongside inner city youth leaders. In August, Dana came to Baltimore as a LEE (Leaders for Educational Equity) Fellow, focusing on empowering youth through civic engagement and community organizing with The Intersection.
Meera has been working with The Intersection for three years, beginning as a Summer Fellow and eventually as Summer Program Manager. She is currently a senior at Goucher College, where she is double majoring in Political Science and English Literature with a minor in International Relations. Her passions for identity discovery and writing are combined through serving as the Manager of College Readiness. Meera has also served as an intern at Baltimore City Hall.