Samantha Adams Miller graduated magna cum laude from Brown University in 2014 with a degree in History. During the fall of her junior year, she studied abroad at the University of Cape Town, interned in the South African parliament, and witnessed the daily triumphs and setbacks of a burgeoning democracy. Samantha’s interest in United States history culminated in a senior honors thesis about the evolution of Civil War cultural memory. Her experience at the Public Defender Service of Washington, D.C. (PDS) instilled in Samantha a passion for indigent defense and a desire to combat prosecutorial misconduct.
Samantha hopes to pursue a career in criminal defense and civil liberties advocacy. Additionally, she strives to stay current on our nation’s most important cultural issues by maintaining a DVR strong in all of Bravo’s visual productions.
Timothy Moore graduated from Harvard College in 2012 with an A.B. in Social Studies and a Secondary Field in Spanish. His studies culminated in a senior honors thesis that considered the expansion of Afro-Colombian identity politics following Colombia’s ratification of a new constitution in 1991. While not in class, Tim rowed with the Harvard Varsity Lightweight Crew - winning a National Championship in 2012 - and tutored inmates at the Suffolk County Prison. His experiences working with the men and women of Suffolk Prison continue to inspire him and inform his career path today.
In the year following graduation, Tim spent a year living in West Africa as a George Peabody Gardner Fellow. Based primarily in Dakar, Senegal he studied language - French and Wolof - and dance, and also traveled across the region by public transport before returning home to New Hampshire. In his free time Tim continues to dance as well as get out on the Charles River to re-live his glory days as a college athlete.