July 24, 2014

Regional Coordinators

Regional Coordinators (RCs) play a critical role in growing and cultivating the AIDemocracy network of over 23,000 students and alumni on campuses nation-wide. They lead member and chapter recruitment in their region; build relationships with students, university and political leaders; and attend regional and national events on behalf of the AIDemocracy network. They have proven experience working with student groups, and are looking to expand their leadership and organizing skills. RCs ultimately help challenge injustice, take action and promote social change on their campuses, in their region and nationally.

    Meet The Regional Coordinators!

    Adrian Kimmock | West High School | West Region

    Adrian Kimmock is a senior at West High School. He was born in Argentina and spent a portion of his childhood there before he immigrated to the United States. He currently resides in Torrance, California.

    Charlie Harris | Western Kentucky University | Midwest Region

    Charlie is a senior at Western Kentucky University in Bowling Green, KY and has been organizing around social justice issues since high school. Read full bio and posts.

    Katelyn Moga| Earlham College | East Region |

    Katelyn is from Ashtabula, Ohio where she goes to school at Westminster College in New Wilmington, PA. She is concerned in all sorts of international issues but some of her main interests are sexual health education, reproduction rights and women’s rights in developing countries.

    Kristen Tebow | Kansas State University | Midwest Region

    Kristen Tebow is a senior at Kansas State University majoring in Women’s Studies and Criminology. She created the first student abolition movement in Kansas in 2009 which is now known as the KSU chapter of AID

    Laura Corley | Mississippi University for Women |South Region

    Meet Laura Corley. She grew up in a small-town called Nettleton, MS and attends Mississippi University for Women in Columbus, MS, On campus is is active in social organizations (D’Belles and BlackList) and the National Organization for Women.

    Marie Annual |Florida International University | South Region

    Marie Annoual is currently in her third year of undergraduate studies at Florida International University in Miami. As a premedical student majoring in Political Science, she is passionate about issues involving global health disparities.

    Nesrien Hamid | University of Virginia | East Region |

    Nesrien is a third year student at the University of Virginia with a major in Foreign Affairs. Nesrien has lived in diverse places around the world such as Egypt, the U.A.E, and D.C. and that has helped develop her keen interest in International Affairs.

Resources for current Regional Coordinators