Cedric Humphrey

Hi! My name is Cedric Humphrey and I am the Executive Vice President and liaison to the Academic Affairs Commitee! I’m a senior majoring in Political Science and Economics, and minoring in French as well as pursuing a Transatlantic Studies certificate. I was born and raised in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania but I welcome the 412 as my second home. Outside of SGB, I am the Vice-President of Pitt’s Club Handball team, an intern with the Office of Community and Governmental Relations, and previously served as a Community Assistant for the Pitt Community Engagement Center in the Hill district.

Major: Politcal Science & Economics

Email: clh185@pitt.edu

Civic Pathways: Direct Service, Policy and Governance

Calendly Link: https://calendly.com/cedricsgb

Madison Ricker

Madison Ricker is a senior at Pitt studying political science and English Writing. Combined, Madison has spent almost a year interning for different departments within the City of Pittsburgh, and is involved in national, state, and local organizing. She also leads civic engagement efforts at Pitt through the PittVotes initiative.

Major: Political Science and English Writing

Email: mcr75@pitt.edu

Civic Pathways: Policy and Governance, Community Organizing / Activism

Calendly Link: https://calendly.com/madisonadvising

Tia Brownmiller

Hi guys! My name is Tia and I am the President of the Political Science Student Association. As a club, we are devoted to promoting civic engagement amongst Pitt students, and I can’t wait to help you all become more civically involved.

Major: Political Science and Communication

Email: tmb120@pitt.edu

Civic Pathways: Community engaged learning and research, Community Organizing / Activism

Calendly Link: https://calendly.com/tiaadvising

Kathryn Fleisher

Kathryn Fleisher is a rising senior, serving as a Board Member on the Student Government Board. She is also the Executive Director of Not My Generation, a nonprofit committed to localized, intersectional gun violence prevention advocacy. Kathryn is also a co-State Lead for No Cop Money PA, an organization committed to dismantling the PA police state. On campus, Kathryn engages in a variety of civic engagement campaigns, serves as the president of Leading Women of Tomorrow, writes for The Fourth Wave, conducts research in the Department of Political Science, and is a proud sister of Theta Phi Alpha sorority.

Major: Politics & Philosophy and GSWS

Email: kaf152@pitt.edu

Civic Pathways:Community engaged learning and research, Policy and Governance, Community Organizing / Activism

Calendly Link: https://calendly.com/kathrynadvising