I'm Winthrop class of 2016 and currently entering my last year at the law school. Always down to chat sports!
Hello Winthrop! My name is Camille Youngblood and I'm one of four Faculty Dean Aides. I graduated from Amherst College in 2015, where I majored in Law, Jurisprudence and Social Thought. I also played Varsity Field Hockey, lead the Black Women’s Group, and studied abroad in Spain. Since then, I've dabbled in a variety of federal and local government, research, Big Law, and public service positions, before graduating from HLS in 2020. While at HLS, I was committed to Harvard Defenders, co-founded HLS First Class (first-generation and low-income student group), advised students as a Peer Advisor, and was an active member in the Black Law Students Association. On a personal note, I love traveling, health & wellness, wine, and everything chocolate.
Specialties: Public Service and Race Relations
Jordan Wilson is a Public Service Scholar at Winthrop House, where she oversees public service and politically oriented student programming. She aims to assist the Faculty Deans in promoting voting and political engagement among students within her role. In addition to he role within the Hose, Jordan is also the Co-Founder of Politicking, a mobile platform for non-partisan election news and data. Jordan has also been featured in Forbes Magazine, the New York Amsterdam News, and Democracy Chronicles for her work as a civic tech entrepreneur. Jordan works to promote non-partisan ideals of civic engagement and public service as a member of the Democracy Entrepreneurs Network and the JFK Library, New Frontier’s Network Steering Committee. She is currently pursuing her J.D. at Boston College Law School, where she serves as a Fellow with the Clough Center for the Study of Constitutional Democracy. Jordan holds a B.A. in Political Science from Howard University