Sadé Dinkins, T ’19
Sadé is a Visual & Media Studies and African & African American Studies double major, two fields which intertwine and reflect her passion for the analysis and appreciation of black culture — from history to music to visual culture. Her interests include hip-hop, writing, sports, and social justice.
Micah English, T ’17 (2016-2017)
Micah is a political science major with research interests that include gender studies, black studies, history and popular culture. She hopes to incorporate her passions for research, writing, and social justice in her future career endeavors.
Brittany L. Jenkins (2015-2016)
Graduate Student Research Assistant
Jenna is a Duke junior majoring in neuroscience. She is pre-med and her research interests include global health and education. Over the last two summers, Jenna has worked at the Women’s Institute for Secondary Education and Research in Muhuru Bay, Kenya. With support from the Dean’s Summer Research Fellowship through the Collaborative to Advance Equity through Research and from the Center for Global Women’s Health Technologies, Jenna will return to Muhuru Bay in May 2016 to evaluate the effects of a STEM intervention for female secondary school students at the WISER school.
Camille joins DCORE after 8 years in Duke’s Office of News and Communications. A former journalist, Camille spent several years investigating and writing about hate groups, and diversity in the classroom at the Southern Poverty Law Center in Montgomery, Ala. She led communications for the university’s 50th anniversary of integration in 2013 and the John Hope Franklin Centenary in 2015. Her award-winning work has been recognized nationally and she has served as a regional officer for the National Association of Black Journalists. She earned a masters of science in journalism from Quinnipiac University and attended both Yale University and Southern Connecticut State University in New Haven, Conn.