Your Unbeatable 2012 Bus Fellows Staff
You've met the Fellows, and went to Inauguration, and maybe marched with Pridebot... Now the penultimate moment is upon us. It's time to meet the awesome Bus staffers making the 2012 Bus Fellowship fly! With no further adieu, I give you your unbeatable 2012 Bus Fellowship Staff:
Danielle Kim, Bus Fellowship Coordinator
Danielle graduated from Shorewood HS aspiring to major in Math and spend her days scribbling furiously on chalkboards, while muttering obscure theorems under her breath (this is what mathemeticians do, yes?). At Seattle University, Danielle found her true calling studying Political Science and never looked back. After rocking it as a 2011 Bus Fellow, Danielle is now running the show as the Bus Fellowship Coordinator. Contact Danielle about the Bus Fellowship or her unconventional training regime for her next marathon. Danielle[at]washingtonbus[dot]org
D.R. Taylor, Bus Fellowship Organizer
Before having spoken to one another, a hitchhiker in Western Maine once told D.R. that they were full of light. They do not know what that means, but like to share that fun fact with people along with a love for facilitation, story telling, speech training and excitement to work as the Fellowship Organizer for the Bus. With a degree in Creative Writing and Women's and Gender Studies and a primo education from back to back service years with City Year, D.R. is excited to continue work with engaged and soon to be engaged folks all about Seattle and Washington. dean[at]washingtonbus.org
David Wieland, Senior Fellow
Born of flesh and blood, David transcended his mortal form while participating in the Fellowship last summer. He currently exists as a mythical "Senior Fellow," comprised of a mix of progressive ideologies and lame jokes. While he is not lamenting his new spirit form, he enjoys playing guitar and biking around Seattle.
Karter Booher, Senior Fellow
Karter hails from the great state of Alaska. He’ll be a senior this fall at Pacific Lutheran University; majoring in both Political Science and Women’s and Gender Studies. He’s had a love for politics since he was old enough to color in his electoral map. When he’s not out trying to save the world he’s an avid reader, photographer, music listener and puppy enthusiast.