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Meet the 2021 Cultures Advisory Council

By Cultures Of Dignity | February 25, 2021

We are proud to introduce the 2021 Cultures Advisory Council!


The 2021 Cultures Advisory Council is a select group of 18-24 year-olds from across the globe that help advise, think about and help spread our work. The Cultures Advisory Council works on issues that impact young adults’ lives – from social media and technology, identity, mental health, gender, social dynamics to politics.

The Cultures Advisory Council is a space to discuss the issues that matter  most to young adults and advise Cultures of Dignity on our content.

Learn more about each of the member of the 2021 Cultures Advisory Council below!

Micah Garry

Micah is in the process of graduating high school and deciding on where to spend his University years; he is interested in exploring the role that philosophy has in finding solutions to contemporary problems.

Harmonee Ross

Harmonee Ross is a senior from the Bay Area, California when she is not doing racial justice work, modeling, or phone banking for the upcoming election she spends her time listening to Selena, Lenny Kravitz, and of course Mariah Carey!

Tré Garnett

Tré is an alumnus of the University of Oregon with a degree in political science. He cares deeply about race, ethnicity, and identity politics. He loves playing piano and practicing martial arts.

Gabriella Spina

Gabriella is a freshman at The George Washington University studying international affairs and computer science. She’s passionate about coffee beans, current affairs, her two dogs!

Nikki Schlegel

Nikki is a junior at Grinnell College who loves developmental psychology and frozen desserts.

David Nevins

David is a recent graduate from Lafayette College where he studied International Affairs and French. He is passionate about sustainable development and spends his time biking, hiking, and working for a software company in the Bay Area.

Sara Davis

Sara is a high school senior who reads too many classic novels. She plans on studying education and politics next year.

Lauren Haffner

Lauren Haffner is a freshman broadcast journalism major at The University of Maryland. She is passionate about kindness and fitness as well as writing.

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