Fall PHENND Meeting: Student Voter Engagement
Come to the Fall PHENND Meeting!
Topic: Student Voter Engagement
Wednesday, October 3rd
9:00AM – 12:00 PM
Community College of Philadelphia
Pavilion Building, Klein Cube
1700 Spring Garden Street
The Fall PHENND Meeting is a chance for the entire PHENND Network to get together to share ideas, events, challenges, etc. It is also a time to hear from PHENND staff about their activities and opportunities for partnership in the coming academic year.
Additionally, the event will feature a presentation from Dawn Sinnot, Director of institutional Research, Community College of Philadelphia. Dawn will delve into CCP’s NSLVE data (National Study of Learning, Voting and Engagement).
Additionally, we will hear from a panel of students, from both CCP and Penn, who are actively working to promote student voter engagement on their respective campuses. This panel will be facilitated by Johanna Mudry, Pennsylvania State Director of the Campus Election Engagement Project.
This event is free. Coffee and light refreshments will be served at the beginning of the meeting.
Dr. Dawn Sinnott
Dr. Dawn Sinnott is the Director of the Office of Institutional Research as well as an adjunct faculty member in Psychology department at the Community College of Philadelphia. Her experience includes more than twenty-years working full-time in institutional research supporting institutional assessment and planning in a community college environment. Examples of contributions include chairing the Institutional Effectiveness committee, supporting Strategic Planning and leading Middle States accreditation work teams.
Johanna is an experienced and dedicated intrapreneur. For the past fifteen years, she’s worked to improve communities and serve those with greatest need. She’s made social change her prime focus since graduating from Eastern University with an M.S. in Nonprofit Management. Earlier she graduated with honors from Temple University where she earned a B.A. in Criminal Justice. Johanna has worked to advance communities and individuals in a wide variety of capacities; whether building homes for families, tutoring and mentoring youth, working for environmental or healthcare improvements, or working on grants and fundraising. She looks to continue this success through empowering others, including students, to become productive and active citizens, while increasing her own power as a change agent.Johanna is also a proud resident of Philadelphia, the City of Brotherly Love and Sisterly Affection, where she actively participates in her neighborhood association, local food co-op and tends to her community garden.
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