The Co-presidents serve as the primary contact for USC Administrators and other on-campus organizations. They strategize programming for the year, and work to recruit and mentor the following year’s leadership.
Grace is a second-year Master of Public Policy student focusing on social and urban policy. Prior to returning to grad school, she worked as a paralegal in Washington, DC, and as an affordable housing case manager in Venice, CA. Grace is passionate about poverty alleviation and equitable economic development, and also has experience in the areas of homelessness, social services, workforce development and reproductive rights. This past summer she interned for the Planning, Policy & Development team at the Mayor’s Office of Economic Development in Los Angeles, and currently works as a research associate at the USC Center for Economic Development. Originally from the East Coast, California is the 10th state Grace has called home. She graduated from Hamilton College with a major in History and minors in Government and Sociology.
Stina is a second-year MPP student at Price. Before moving to Los Angeles she worked in a number of different roles in the U.S. and abroad. Most recently she worked for an immigration legal services non-profit in New York City. While immigration is her primary area of interest, she also has experience in the fields of education, homelessness and reproductive rights. Originally from upstate New York, she graduated from Cornell University with a major in Policy Analysis and Management. In her spare time, she enjoys both exploring Los Angeles and planning her next getaway.