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Fadumo Osman is currently a Senior at NYU pursuing a degree in Computer Science and Politics. She previously served as the Political Director of the NYU College Democrats and Communications Director of the College Democrats of New York.
Fadumo is a native of Toronto, Canada and was raised in San Jose, California. Her passions include extending STEM education to women and minority communities and advocating for policies that promote an open, transparent government. She has previously worked at DoSomething and Facebook. You can find her at your local rally or building tools to drive civic engagement in youth.
VICE PRESIDENT (FALL 2018)
Lila Rimalobski is a student, reporter, and activist. She is a third year student at the NYU Gallatin School of Individualized Study concentrating in politics, computer science, and feminist theory. Lila previously served as the event director for the NYU College Democrats and as a news reporter for WNYU Radio.
She engages deeply with the politically active community at NYU and the civic tech world at large - previously working for Civic Hall, The Governance Lab, The Global Good Fund, and with the ethical fashion entrepreneur Autumn Adeigbo.
Lila published her first book, The High School Truth, in 2015.
VICE PRESIDENT (SPRING 2018)
Ryan Trumbauer is a junior at New York University, majoring in Politics with a minor in Metropolitan Studies and Psychology. Ryan was born in St. Petersburg, Russia, grew up in Lexington, South Carolina, but is beginning to call New York City his second home.
Ryan has served as Deputy Treasurer and Treasurer for College Democrats at NYU and is excited to serve as Vice President for the organization for the 2017 – 2018 academic year. Outside of NYU, Ryan is the College and University Liaison for Manhattan Young Democrats and serves as the National Historian for College Democrats of America. He has interned for Kasirer Consulting, the Brown Miller Group, and the DNCC. Ryan believes in fighting for all Americans despite their socioeconomic status or background. Democracy only works when all of its citizens can engage in the process.
Oliver Joes Jones
Oliver Jones is currently a Junior majoring in Politics and Global Liberal Studies with a concentration in Politics, Rights, and Development. He has previously interned for Hillary For America and U.S. Senator Richard Blumenthal. Currently, he is interning at the Brennan Center for Justice in the Office of the President.
Oliver grew up in Ridgefield, CT. His passions include campaign finance reform, fixing gerrymandering, studying foreign policy, and promoting civil rights. Outside of politics, he enjoys basketball (especially the Chicago Bulls), rap music, and cartoons.
Kelsey is currently a Junior at NYU majoring in Public Policy and minoring in Urban Education. She serves on the board of NYU's Strive for College and serves as an editor for the Undergraduate Law Review.
She's working this Fall at Friends of the UN Population Fund, and has worked in the past on a gubernatorial campaign, in local city government, and for a nonprofit. Her interests include voter suppression and women's rights, and she is particularly interested in menstrual equity for incarcerated women.
Edie is a currently a senior at NYU majoring in Social and Cultural Analysis and minoring in Politics. She serves as the editor of the Tab NYU and previously served as the website editor for the NYU College Democrats. Her interests include pursuing progressive environmental policies, protecting reproductive rights and providing accurate and accessible journalistic content to voters.
Born and raised in London, she is not allowed to vote in the U.S but what she lacks in U.S citizenship, she makes up for with enthusiasm and extensive West Wing trivia.
Sam is currently a Junior at New York University pursuing majors in Politics and East Asian Studies. He is currently the Treasurer of NYU College Democrats. Having grown up on a U.S. military base in South Korea, he is particularly interested in U.S. defense policy, international security, and Korean diaspora.
Sam also serves as the President of NYU Asian Pacific American Coalition (APAC) and the Chief of Staff for the Journal of Politics and International Affairs at NYU. While at NYU, Sam has also worked with NY State Assemblymember Yuh-Line Niou and the Public Interest Law Center at NYU Law School. After graduation, he hopes to attend law school and commission into the United States Air Force.
TASK FORCE DIRECTOR
Audrey Montague is currently a Junior at NYU studying Politics with a minor in web design. She has previously interned for Senator Charles Schumer and Professor Peter Enns at Cornell University. Audrey is interested in any combination of politics and data that you can show her.
Audrey is from Ithaca, New York where she grew up on a farm. In her free time, she referees for Intramural Soccer and is on the Quidditch team.