Janna Ramadan is a junior at Harvard College studying Government and Modern Middle Eastern Studies. She is passionate about issues of decolonization, human rights, and civil rights. Her passion for public service is rooted in her lived experiences as the oldest daughter in a single -mother household and a first – generation Arab and Muslim American.
At Harvard, she serves as the President of the Institute of Politics at the Harvard Kennedy School, home to 16 programs centered on public service and politics, and as a member of the International Relations Council Board of Directors, overseeing a $700k budget and staffing five Model UN conferences. She also spends time serving as a Peer Advising Fellow for first – year students and working as a Research Assistant in the Government Department. In her free time, you can find Janna drinking tea or watching stand – up comedy.
She is so excited to serve as the Massachusetts representative!