Meisha McDaniel ’09, graduate with a major in community and justice studies and a minor in non-profit management, is pursuing a joint MBA/MA in Public Policy at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Prior to this she was a fellow at the Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. Prior to that position, she researched community-scale energy efficiency and renewable generation through Climate Corps Bay Area, an innovative AmeriCorps pilot program with the Marin Community Foundation in Novato, California. Before going to the Marin Community Foundation, she was awarded a Bill Emerson National Hunger Fellowship, which allowed her to work with two nonprofits in the Washington, D.C. area (Joint Center for Political and Economic Studies and DC Hunger Solutions), crafting local and national policy analysis and recommendations.
Sarah Demarest '09, graduate with a major in community and justice studies, is co-director and staff attorney with the Freedom Center for Social Justice - LGBT Law Center and received a J.D. from the Charlotte School of Law in May 2013.
Tiffany Kallam '12, graduate with a major in community and justice studies, is coordinating the Guilford College Higher Education in Prison Initiative. Based on her work to develop the Guilford College Higher Education in Prison Initiative, Tiffany was recently selected to receive the William C. Friday Fellowship in Human Relations awarded by the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Tiffany received a Master of Law degree from Wake Forest University School of Law in May 2013.