2014 Fall Fellows


WCF Fellowship Class of Fall 2014

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Hannah Sydnor-Greenberg, Political & Programs Fellow


Hannah is from the nation’s capital and is a recent graduate of American University where she graduated with a BA in Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies. While at AU, Hannah was able to put the theories behind her academic work into practice while she served as the Director of Women’s Initiative from 2013 to 2014. As Director of Women’s Initiative, Hannah dedicated herself to becoming an advocate for the women on American University’s campus. She focused her advocacy efforts of reforming sexual assault education at the university level. As a result of her advocacy efforts, Hannah researched and wrote her senior thesis as an analysis of American University’s need for mandatory sexual assault prevention education. In addition to her advocacy efforts as Director of Women’s Initiative, Hannah also brought prominent speakers to American University, such as Laverne Cox and Sandra Fluke. Before her work as Director of Women’s Initiative, Hannah worked as a legal intern for the DC Volunteer Lawyers Project; it was in this position that Hannah found her passion for women’s and gender equity. Hannah is excited to join the Women’s Campaign Fund and is looking forward to applying her passion for women’s and gender equity to the work she will be doing this Fall.  

Camden Stuebe, Political & Programs Fellow


Originally hailing from Dallas TX, Camden graduated in 2013 from Beloit College with a major in Political Science and Psychology. While at Beloit, Camden worked as a Campus Coordinator for Common Cause of Wisconsin, participated in Beloit’s Cross-Cultural study abroad program to Estonia and Morocco, and was a proud member of Theta Pi Gamma Sorority. Camden first fell in love with DC while participating in American University’s Washington Semester Program where she focused her studies on International Law and Organizations while interning for the House Majority Committee on Ways and Means. Prior to joining the Women’s Campaign Fund, Camden worked as an Admissions Associate for the Charles Koch Institute where she helped educate others on the ideas of liberty and free-market principles. Camden is excited about the opportunity to use her talents as Political and Programs fellow to help bring more women into the political arena. 

Mary Lee Mahony, Communications Fellow

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Mary Lee graduated from Stonehill College in 2014 with a BA in Mediated Communications and Journalism minor. While at SC, Mary Lee was an NCAA student-athlete and played lacrosse for the Skyhawks. Mary Lee wrote for her college newspaper, ‘The Summit,’ and covered stories on academic news, campus sexual assaults, and the presidential election. She was also a contributing writer for Her Campus Magazine and Inside Lacrosse Magazine. During her senior year, Mary Lee participated in Stonehill's Los Angeles Internship program and worked for NBC Entertainment and The Groundlings Theatre. She was a publicity intern for shows like “Parks and Recreation” “The Blacklist” and “The Voice” and worked the improvisational and sketch comedy shows at The Groundlings.  Before she went to LA, she worked as a production assistant on the documentary “113 Days,” which brought attention to women athletics. Mary Lee also participated in her school’s study abroad program at Charles University in the Czech Republic. Mary Lee is excited to unite her passion for equality, comedy, and politics at the Women’s Campaign Fund.


Daniela Kucz, Development Fellow


Daniela graduated from Swarthmore College in 2014 with a B.A. in Gender & Sexuality Studies and Biology. While at Swarthmore, Daniela was a Sexual Misconduct Advisor, advocating for sexual assault survivors and raising awareness of the destructiveness of interpersonal violence. Daniela is also a certified Emergency Medical Technician and a reviewer for an online feminist journal. Most recently, Daniela was a Special Projects Assistant at a nonprofit in New York City that aims to empower underprivileged students and transform the educational system. Daniela is excited to combine her passion for gender equality and reproductive rights as a Development Fellow at the Women’s Campaign Fund. 




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