Arielle Sullivan is a Huntsville native and 2004 graduate of Huntsville High School. After high school, Arielle attended the University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB) where she participated in the UAB Wind Symphony, University Honors Program and Pre-Med program among several other student organizations. In 2007, Arielle graduated from UAB magna cum laude with a B.S. in Mathematics. Arielle earned a second degree from UAB in 2008 with her M.S. in Mathematics. After UAB, Arielle went on to earn her Doctor of Medicine from the University of South Alabama in 2012 and has just begun her residency program in Columbus, GA with the Columbus Regional Healthcare System and hopes to practice family medicine in the near future.
William C. Anderson, a native of Birmingham Alabama, attained a bachelors degree in Social Work from University of Alabama at Birmingham in May 2012. At the age of 23, Anderson has over 5 years experience in social justice, community organizing, and nonprofit work. The majority of William’s community organizing as of late has surrounded immigration, labor, and racial solidarity. Anderson is now currently based in Washington, DC, working for a union while maintaining a relationship with immigrants rights organizations through his affiliations with the National Immigrant Youth Alliance [NIYA] & DreamActivist DC.