Rebecca is an experienced campaign manager who specializes in field work, volunteer organizing and youth engagement. She has served as the Director of Citizen Outreach with the The Fund for the Public Interest Research Groups in Chicago and Washington, D.C., where she worked primarily with college students advocating for issues ranging from gay and consumer rights to environmental protections.
In recent years, she has run competitive electoral campaigns in Chicago. Her campaigns are known for their non-traditional and young candidates, and rigorous field programs supported by Millennial Generation volunteers.
Scott was born on the South Side of Chicago and currently attends DePaul University, studying both Political Science and Mathematics. He is a member of the service group, Circle K, and is also the treasurer of his Mock Trial team. Scott is an avid proponent for political finance reform and public education reform. He has been on two week-long service trips to Saint Louis, Missouri and Tuba City, Arizona, where he developed most of the political ideologies he holds today. Scott plans on signing up for the Peace Corps after graduation and dreams to someday play a major role in a landmark governmental change.
Raised in the southwest suburbs of Chicago, Eiman is a student at DePaul majoring in Political Science and Economics. She serves as a board member for the Students for Justice in Palestine, worked as a social media editor for the UMMA Ink Newsletter, and has worked on local campaigns with organizations such as Project Mobilize. and Having spent three years as a summer camp counselor, Eiman loves working with kids and hopes to continue working with younger generations in the future to shape them into political leaders. Politics aren’t the only thing Eiman loves–she enjoys hanging out with friends and family.