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RSVP Programming Center Peer Coordinators

Amara Balan

Amara Balan

Amara Balan is a fourth year in the College majoring in Economics and Psychology. She joined the RSVP Programming Center because she is passionate about educating her peers about sexual violence and healthy relationships in a collegiate environment. She is also the chair of the Student Government committee on Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention and works as an editorial assistant at the University of Chicago Press. She is from northern New Jersey and strong opinions about pizza. This is her third year with the RSVP Programming Center.

Madi Johnson

Madi Johnson

Madi Johnson is a fourth year in the college majoring in Comparative Human Development, and this is their fourth year with the RSVP Programming Center. They love video games, all of the Hyde Park cats, and theater. Academically, they are interested in queerness, kink, and critiquing capitalism. After graduation, they hope to return to Ohio to live with family and check out a few communes.

 

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