Campus Pride welcomes our Fall 2021 class of student interns

Campus Pride is able to offer many of our student programs and resources thanks to our amazing team of volunteers. Every semester, we welcome a new class of interns as a part of the Campus Pride team. We’re happy to announce our Fall 2021 class of interns, as well as welcome back a number of our Summer 2021 interns as student staff. 

Our Fall 2021 interns were selected from a pool of college and university students nationwide. Our student interns are currently studying or recently received their Bachelor’s degrees in majors like English, journalism, psychology and gender studies. To learn more about our Fall 2021 interns, check out their biographies below or on our website.

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Laryn Anise Jackson (they/she) – Pennsylvania State University

Laryn Anise Jackson recently graduated from The Pennsylvania State University with a Bachelor’s degree in digital and print journalism and a minor in sociology. As a Black and queer person, they understand how difficult it is to find safe spaces, opportunities and support. During their time at Penn State, Jackson worked for the Penn State Center for Sexual and Gender Diversity and managed their communications strategy. They wrote for Penn State’s student publication, The Underground, addressing issues on race, culture, LGBTQ identities and activism. Jackson also interned at Philadelphia FIGHT, an AIDS service organization. 

Michelle Lori (she/her) – Malone University

Michelle Lori is a senior at Malone University in Canton, Ohio. She is pursuing her Bachelor’s in English with a minor in creative writing. After graduating, Lori plans to move to South Carolina and pursue a Master’s degree in clinical mental health counseling or marine biology. Lori is the author of a YA novel, The Head and The Heart. Her book was the catalyst for her non-profit organization to end relationship abuse and dating violence, The Head and The Heart Foundation

Emory Ramsey (they/them) – Hanover College

Emory Ramsey is a non-binary queer individual. Ramsey is a junior at Hanover College majoring in psychology with a minor in gender studies. Their goal is to attend graduate school for psychology and work as a therapist. They are a Benjamin Templeton advocacy and social justice scholar. Ramsey is passionate about LGBTQ rights and works with clubs and resource programs as a student senator. Ramsey is a troop leader and coordinator for the Outdoor Wilderness Leadership (OWL) program on campus. They also perform drag as Mx. Kitty and sell their art to fund their drag career. 


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