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Peer Advisors

The Cardinal Service Peer Advisors are current Stanford students who have participated in a variety Stanford public service opportunities. The Peer Advisors are available to answer questions from students about Cardinal Service opportunities throughout campus and beyond. Feel free to reach out and ask them for advice on all things public service!

Jennifer “Jenn” Ampey, '19 (International Relations)

Jenn is the president of Stanford Mental Health Outreach (SMHO) and loves to talk about the Health and Wellness Community at Stanford. She has been involved in East Palo Alto Stanford Academy as a tutor-mentor, has taken Cardinal Courses in Spanish and human rights, and is a member of the Stanford’s Women’s Rugby team. She also co-chairs the Mentorship Subcommittee of the Handa Center Student Advisory Board. Her passions include mental health advocacy, international law and human rights, writing and journalism, border and migration justice, and any and all things Crooked Media.

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Anna Greene, '21 (Comparative Studies in Race & Ethnicity)

Anna was an intern at the Haas Center last year with the Development and Communications team and completed a Cardinal Quarter fellowship over the summer. She is involved with the Student Coalition for Planning an Equitable 2035 (SCoPE), a student group that seeks to make sure Stanford's development process is more equitable toward staff and surrounding communities, and has volunteered with the Stanford Outdoor Outreach Program (SOOP). Anna is interested in studying critical theory, critiquing interpersonal power dynamics, and challenging the hegemony of nations and organizations that perpetrate violence against marginalized identities.

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Sam Feineh, '19 (Political Science)

Sam completed two Cardinal Quarters that have shaped his outlook on public service. After his freshman year, he interned in Washington, D.C., for his local congressman. The following summer, he returned to D.C. and worked for the ACLU National Prison Project, an organization dedicated to reforming prison conditions nationwide. While particularly interested in the intersection of civil rights, policy, and politics. Sam also has some experience working at the nexus of artificial intelligence, emerging technology, and public policy.

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