The Fellows are Bard students who write, edit, record, organize, and create for the 100 Days initiative. Send us an email, we’re happy to connect!
Maeve McKaig is a sophomore Bard student from Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Interested in politics and activism, her work focuses on grassroots organizing both on and off campus, and how students can get involved. In addition to working for the Dissonance, Maeve is the club head of Democracy Matters at Bard, a nonpartisan organization working to get big money out of politics.
Najwa Jamal is a sophomore Sociology major from Astoria, New York. Interested in evaluating prevalent social problems today, especially those that deal with the intersectionality of race, class, gender, and religion, her work focuses on a personal approach to often depersonalized issues of inequality within media today. Currently also working with the Center for Civic Engagement, Najwa is similarly interested in the ways activism and engagement within a local community can reverberate to help solve national and global crises.