2018 FAIT Fellows

Jeremiah Azurin
Jeremiah Azurin
Jeremiah is a non-traditional student, having backpacked and cycled overseas to research social impact and intercultural exchange prior to college. Formerly a Kaya Collaborative Fellow, Gilman Scholar, Center for Khmer Studies research grant recipient, and iSchool Inclusion Institute Scholar, he is currently pursuing his bachelor’s degree in Computer Science at Harvard University.
Ryan Butler
Ryan Butler
Ryan previously served in the United States Army as Military Police and was honorably discharged in 2012. He is currently pursuing a Master of Science in Cybersecurity at the University of Tampa. He also holds a B.S. in Information Technology from the University of South Florida.
Daniel Lewis
Daniel Lewis
Daniel is pursuing a master’s degree in Enterprise Data Systems at Syracuse University, and he holds a bachelor’s degree in Information Management and Technology. He received training as a Network and Systems Administration in the United States Marine Corps, and was honorably discharged in 2013.
Jannah Mandwee
Jannah Mandwee
Born in Detroit, Michigan, Jannah Mandwee is a first-generation Iraqi-American. She is studying Computer Science, French, and Arab & Muslim American Studies at the University of Michigan. She has studied elementary programming concepts, programming and data structures, and discrete mathematics.
Melanie Randall
Melanie Randall
A first-generation college student, Melanie is currently pursuing a Master of Science in Information Management, with a Specialization in Information Security, at the University of Washington, Seattle. She holds a B.S. in Information Technology from the University of Washington, Tacoma campus.