Jordyn Goldstein recently earned her bachelor’s degree in public policy from Brown University. At Brown, she studied policy within the governance, law, and ethics track and took part in the Engaged Scholars Program. She interned for the COPE Foundation, a nonprofit grief-oriented organization on Long Island, as well as for a local Nassau County legislator. She is passionate about change-oriented philanthropy, criminal justice reform, and arts preservation. She is from Laurel Hollow, New York.