The Andrew Goodman Foundation Announces Millennial Advisory Committee

The Andrew Goodman Foundation today announced the inaugural members of its newly formed Millennial Advisory Committee (MAC). Coinciding with the 50th Anniversary of Freedom Summer and consistent with the goals of The AGF’s commemorative project, Forward Freedom, the MAC’s mission is to deepen The AGF’s relationship with the Millennial Generation and create a forum for sharing ideas and experience. The MAC membership consists of a select group of 18-34 year-old leaders from across the country who are committed to supporting both The AGF and Millennial civic engagement  through advocacy and partnerships.

These initial Advisors include:

  • Scott Stein, Executive Director, / Washington, D.C. (Co-Chair)

  • Fabrice J. Armand, Vice President, Business Development & Marketing, GCaribbean Magazine / New York, NY

  • Teresa Cheng, Labor Rights Activist / San Francisco, CA

  • Austin Boral, Sophomore, Dartmouth College / New York, NY

  • Ciara Copell, Graduate Student, Teachers College, Columbia University / Hasbrouck Heights, NJ

  • Milicent Johnson, Director of Partnerships & Community Building, Peers / San Francisco, CA

  • Dr. Ravi K. Perry, Assistant Professor of Political Science & Stennis Scholar for Municipal Governance, Mississippi State University / Mississippi State, MS

  • Nadia Owusu, Senior Knowledge & Organizational Development Associate, Living Cities / New York, NY

  • Jessica Reeves, VP Marketing and Partnerships, Voto Latino / Austin, TX

The MAC held it’s first meeting virtually in February and will continue to meet monthly under the co-chairmanship of Evelyn Burnett and Scott Stein.

“It is a humbling honor to co-chair The AGF-MAC,” said Burnett. “I am particularly moved by the commitment from the Board of Trustees to uplift and amplify Millennial voices in this authentic way.”

“I’m thrilled to help expand the AGF’s impact on Millennials and provide guidance on empowering new civically engaged leaders,” added Stein.

David Goodman, brother of Andrew Goodman and President of The Andrew Goodman Foundation, is equally enthused to have such an accomplished and diverse group serving on the Milliennial Advisory Committee. “The establishment of a Milliennial Advisory Committee that is truly reflective of its namesake generation — racially, socioeconomically and geographically speaking– is essential to promoting true equality,” said Goodman. “We’re excited to see the insights that come out of this think tank, and look forward to the MAC working with our community to advance civic engagement and intergenerational coalitions.”

To learn more and review the full bios of MAC members, please visit:



The Andrew Goodman Foundation combines the community organizing tools and lessons of the past with the technological innovations of the present to seed and nurture a new hero citizenry: ordinary individuals engaged and committed to creative and effective action for social impact. We advance leaders through civic engagement programs, encouraging the next generation to transform passions into impact, and intergenerational coalition-building that highlights the past to stimulate new ideas.