Joseph Quisol is a senior at the College of Charleston where he will graduate with a degree in International Studies and Political Science. He studied abroad for a year at the University of Groningen in the Netherlands where he co-led Escaping Barcode Life, a student-run group that raised awareness about the local impact of slavery and human trafficking. In Charleston, he is a Policy Fellow at Enough Pie, an arts-based community advocacy organization, where he has authored a case study on the local impact of affordable commercial space. After Charleston, Joseph will begin working as a campus coordinator for the Public Interest Research Group in Massachusetts and hopes to complete a masters degree in Public Policy. Outside of academics, Joseph is a singer/songwriter and hopes to build a career using music and the arts for political advocacy.
Updated May 2016
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John Lewis Fellows Reflective Essays 2016
In the essays, the Fellows write about their experiences in the John Lewis program, delving into personal aspects of their own identities – such as national, ethnic, gender, racial or religious – and reveal ways in which participation in the program has shaped their personal outlooks.