Andrew Goodman Foundation Vote Everywhere Ambassadors

Vote Everywhere is a nonpartisan, experiential program that recruits, trains and supports emerging leaders at America’s colleges and universities. Our students strengthen democracy by leading long-term voter engagement, public policy and social justice initiatives. If you're interested in becoming an ambassador, let us know through the Contact Us page!

Vincent Cahill is a junior at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte studying chemistry, economics, and political science. Vincent’s involvement on campus includes founding UNC Charlotte’s principal undergraduate research journal, several leadership roles within Charlotte Dance Marathon, and economic research concerning the anti-competitive outcomes of diversified institutional investment. Vincent has three years of experience serving as Chief of Staff within the University of North Carolina Association of Student Governments, a student-led, representative body that works to address issues that are common among the UNC System’s seventeen member institutions. Vincent intends to utilize the resources of the Andrew Goodman Foundation to draw attention to issues and candidates at the municipal and state levels.




Tameka Wright is majoring in history and international studies with a concentration in Asian studies and minoring in women’s and gender studies and Chinese. She has worked previously Democracy North Carolina (Dem NC) as an Organizing Intern for the North Eastern region of North Carolina and has interviewed many local and state elected officials about their stance on voting rights in the state. She currently serves as a Democracy Advocate for Dem NC and hosts a popular radio show as a member of Niner Media. In the future, Tameka plans to become an Ambassador.





Adriana Hernandez is a senior double majoring in Political Science and International Studies. She a first generation college student with parents that emigrated to the United States. She currently serves as the Secretary for State of National Affairs for the Student Government Association, is vice president of Pi Sigma Alpha, Political Science Society, and currently works as a teaching assistant for the Political Science Department. 







Kyra Dixon is currently a sophomore at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte, majoring in biology, with a concentration in pre-optometry and minoring in chemistry and computer science. Her involvement includes Alpha Epsilon Delta (Premedical Honor Society), EYECU Optometry Club and the UNC-Charlotte chapter of the NAACP. She previously researched the various types of community engagement demonstrated by UNC-Charlotte through the means of civic service and outreach.







Crystal Scarboro is rising senior at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte. She’s currently majoring in Psychology with a minor in Public Health. A first generation college student, she is planning to get into psychiatry with a sub-specialty in addiction psychiatry. She is currently a member of UNCC’s Allied Health Club and UNCC’s chapter of To Write Love On Her Arms.  Her interests include working Kohl’s Associates in Action and  with 7 Cups, which doubles as a crisis hotline and a source for those in need of anonymous support.






Amber Stalling is a rising junior at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte. She's double majoring in Criminal Justice and Political Science, and aspires to attend law school to study criminal law after graduating in May 2019. She's a member of Alpha Delta Pi and will be joining the pre-law society in Fall 2017.