McKeen Center Fellows

Our McKeen Center Fellows work closely with staff to coordinate and oversee specific programs and groups, both on and off campus. Fellows exemplify our values of learning, serving, and leading for the Common Good. 

Meet our 2022-2023 McKeen Center Fellows!

Aidan Reid '24 - Academic Connections 


Aidan is a junior studying Government and Urban Studies. At the McKeen Center, he is involved with Academic Connections, BPS, and CGG. Passionate about the intersection of community development and equitable education, Aidan is excited to serve as a liaison between Bowdoin and the Midcoast community. In his free time, you can find him hiking the coast of Maine or checking out new smoothie spots. 

Turo Linan-Martinez '23 - Alternative Breaks 

Lemona Niu '23 - Alternative Breaks 


Lemona led an Alternative Spring Break Trip on Environmental Racism in NYC. She is interested in unwrapping how our changing climate impacts communities differently, how far are we from disasters, and what more does it take for us to get out of this crisis. Lemona loves a good conversation with friends and some good jokes. 

Sammy Braverman '24 - America Reads and Counts 


Sammy first got involved with the McKeen Center as a participant in the Bowdoin Public Service in Washington program. She is excited to be involved with the America Reads and Counts Program, which fits with her passion for educational access and equity. Outside of service-oriented activities, she loves to do theater, pick up soccer, and the daily Wordle. 

Ladi Nzeyimana '24 - Antiracism 

Ereny Morcos '24 - Antiracism  


Ereny has been involved in several McKeen Center programs including the Winter Break Community Engagement Program, Bowdoin Public Service, and Orientation Trips. She is passionate about immigration policy reform, addressing racial disparities, and amending educational policies. She is excited to create a safer, more inclusive space at Bowdoin for students of color and to facilitate discussions among their white counterparts. In her free time, she enjoys trying new food, drawing and painting and listening to music! 

Margot Ngo '23 - Antiracism & Academic Connections 

Rory Devlin '23 - Bowdoin Public Service 


Rory is a senior studying Government and Economics. He was a 2021 BPS in Washington participant and 2022 BPS Rising Senior Fellow, interning at Congressman Moulton’s (MA-06) DC office. He has also been involved in Bowdoin Votes and ASB. Rory is interested in international affairs, campaigns, and elections. He is passionate about public service and is always excited to talk about ways to get involved! Rory enjoys folding origami, traveling, and biking in his free time.

Liam McNett '23 - Bowdoin Public Service 


Liam has been involved in Bowdoin Public Service as a BPS in Washington participant and leader as well as a 2022 BPS Rising Senior Fellow where he interned at the U.S. Department of Justice. Liam is a Government and Russian major who is interested in European/Russian politics, international law, human rights, and public interest law—he hopes to pursue a legal career that combines some or all of these interests. In his spare time, he likes to swim, go on long walks, and spend time with his friends and family! 

Miki Rierson '24 - Bowdoin Volunteer Corps 

Paulina Morales '24 - Bowdoin Volunteer Corps

Paulina is involved as one of the co-leaders of the Bowdoin Volunteer Corps (BVC) by providing resources, training, and other support systems for the McKeen Center’s student-run service programs and community agencies. She is passionate about education and immigration advocacy, and in her free time, Paulina likes exploring coffee shops and watching movies! 

Lucas Johnson '23 - Bowdoin Votes 

Samira Iqbal '23 - Bowdoin Votes 

Sophia Li '24 - Common Good Grant  

Kavi Sarna '25 - Common Good Grant 


Kavi is a sophomore who plans to study Government and Computer Science. He is one of the co-leaders of the Common Good Grant program. This past summer he worked at ProsperityME through a fellowship with the McKeen Center. Kavi is passionate about public service and financial education, and in his spare time enjoys playing soccer and cooking.

Jane Godiner '23 - Communications 


Jane Godiner has wanted to be involved with the McKeen Center since reporting on its work for the Bowdoin Orient and the Bowdoin Office of Communications and Public Affairs. She is passionate about using her writing to bolster and empower the incredible work of individuals and organizations such as the McKeen Center. In her spare time, she sings in an a cappella group and enjoys exploring new restaurants in Brunswick! 

Annika Moore '23 - Fellowships 


Annika has spent summers working at Preble Street and In Her Presence through fellowships with the McKeen Center. She has also been involved with leading Orientation Trips and is interested in advocacy around a range of social issues, including climate justice, food security, and immigrant justice. In her free time, she loves reading and exploring the best swimming spots in Maine.   

Peyton Tran '23 - Special Projects


Peyton's first involvement with the McKeen Center was her first year, when she joined Bears & Cubs, and stayed involved this summer, where she worked as a Community Engagement Fellow. She enjoys participating in the McKeen Center programs that focus engagement with Maine communities, like the MCHPP. She is interested in social issues like racial and ethnic health disparities and food insecurity. In her free time, she can be found spending time on the quad in the sun with her friends and drinking Dunkin' iced lattes.

Francisco Adame-Perez '24 - Student Community Action Network (SCAN) 


Francisco is a leader for the McKeen Center Orientation Trips as well as the Student Community Action Network. His passions include public service, helping the immigrant community, and being a part of LASO. In his free time, Francisco loves to hang out with his little brother, Adrian, and listen to music at the beach. 

Alondra Romero '24 - What Matters Dialogues 


Alondra works in the McKeen Center as the Fellowships and Dialogue Assistant where she focuses on fostering conversations surrounding important topics to the Bowdoin community and beyond through the What Matters and Dialogue program. She is a Latin American, Caribbean, and Latinx studies major and a psychology minor and enjoys hiking around Maine and drinking tea in her free time!

Applications for 2023-2024 McKeen Center Fellows will open in Spring 2023. Check back for more information! If you have any questions, please contact Sarah Seames.