The Justice Love FoundationConnecting Diverse Voices for Change
The Justice Love Foundation, created by social justice and philanthropic leaders, is a diverse and responsive institution by design. We create convenings and investment strategies for social justice leaders that embrace a systems-level approach and harness the best impulses of justice, love, and collaboration to drive exponential impact. In particular, we focus on catalyzing, what we have coined, “philanthropic activism” and collaborating to bring forward and fund ideas that have transformative potential in the social justice ecosystem and can lead us to uncover new, more impactful ways of addressing chronic social challenges.
Meet our Talented 2020 Summer Interns
Our 2020 Intern Program will provide a rewarding professional development opportunity as well as a meaningful contribution to Social Justice. Our Intern Program Team will help build an event and supporting materials that will focus our region on finding community-centered solutions while building connections, fostering learning, and empowering our interns to achieve their goals and uncover their passions.
Hi everyone, my name is Lexi Barton and I am a senior at North Carolina State University studying Sport Management with a minor in Business Administration. I am very passionate about making a positive impact in any way possible, through both community involvement and everyday life.
My name is Alex Johnson, and I am a senior at Duke University majoring in Public Policy and French. I am passionate about migrant rights and social justice. I am also raising a service puppy through Canine Companions for Independence!
Hey there (Ni Hao), my name is Lotus Xuelian Chen and I just graduated from the Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey studying International Policy and Development. I am a bilingual professional (English and Chinese), and I worked in India, China, Vietnam, and the US for years as a journalist. I am passionate about making the world a just, inclusive, and equal place by combining my journalism background and international policy and development program.
Hey everyone, I am Sampurna Basu and I am a masters student studying Public Policy at The Trachtenberg School of Public Policy and Public Administration, George Washington University. I hope to contribute towards constructive policymaking that can bring positive impact in society.
My name is Nicolas Gonzalez and I am an arts administrator who focuses on expanding community engagement initiatives and partnerships for arts organizations. I strive to build community through the arts, increase the accessibility in arts education, and help artists connect art with social issues. I received my Masters in Arts Administration and Masters of Public Administration in Nonprofit Management from Indiana University, and I am currently completing a Philanthropic Studies Certificate at the Lilly School of Philanthropy.
Hey y’all! My name is Sara and I’m a second year master’s student at the Global School of Policy and Strategy at University of California, San Diego studying International Affairs with a focus in Economics and China. I’m passionate about creating change and advocating for a better world for all people and living things. I love to learn about new things and to question my own reservations and beliefs in order to broaden my perspective.
My name is Madison Kirshner and I am a second year Master’s of Public Administration student at NC State University specializing in Nonprofit Management. I have always know I want to help people and it is my goal to make a positive impact on this world in any capacity possible. My passion is youth and ensuring they are provided with any and all opportunities to help them succeed in achieving their goals.