Chandler Cleveland earned his AB from the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs. Originally from Phoenix, Arizona, he currently resides in Washington, D.C. and is a first-year law student at Georgetown University Law Center. He most recently worked as a community organizer with the nonprofit organization, PAVE (Parents Amplifying Voices in Education). While an undergraduate at Princeton, Chandler was heavily involved in music performance with the all-male R&B and soul a cappella group, Old NasSoul, and the Princeton University Wind Ensemble. He was also an active student leader in Princeton Faith & Action, one of the campus Christian ministries, serving as a worship team leader. A highlight during his Princeton experience was having the opportunity to engage with a student body of great experiential and ideological diversity, especially within black student groups such as the Order of Black Male Excellence (formerly Black Men’s Awareness Group) and the Black Student Union. Having grown up in a city with little racial diversity, Chandler is grateful for the opportunity to have been surrounded by so many brilliant individuals and to witness the power of black voices on campus to create real, lasting change.