Our Team

Nikki Lin

Nikki Lin

Co-Director of PLTV/ Andrew Goodman Foundation Fellow & OCGA

Nikki is a senior from New York studying History and Political Science with a minor in Urban Education. Outside of PLTV, Nikki is also on the board of Penn Alternative Breaks. Nikki believes that engaging others in the voting process is the first step towards creating a politically empowered community. As such, she is excited to lead PLTV as it strives to promote civic engagement around campus.

Benjamin Oh

Benjamin Oh

Co-Director of PLTV/CEEP Fellow

Benjamin Oh is a senior from Maryland majoring in Philosophy, Politics and Economics with a concentration in Public Policy and Governance. Benjamin is the president of Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights organization’s Young Leaders Program and, having worked in voting rights and Census data, finds civic engagement and political knowledge to be of utmost importance when empowering individuals and underrepresented communities.

Harrison Feinman

Harrison Feinman

Social Media & Promotions Coordinator/Campus Vote Fellow & Netter Center

Harrison Feinman is a freshman in the College of Arts & Sciences from Los Angeles, California studying Philosophy, Politics, and Economics. He has previously worked for the City of Los Angeles and on Presidential and Gubernatorial political campaigns. A Campus Vote Project Fellow, Harrison understands the importance of establishing a habit of civic engagement at a young age.

Eva Gonzalez

Eva Gonzalez

Web Designer & Volunteer Coordinator/Fox Fellow

Eva Gonzalez is a freshman from Ardmore, PA who plans on majoring in Political Science with minors in Spanish and Economics.

Jay Falk

Jay Falk

PLTV Fellow

Jay Falk is life-long Virginian and a freshman studying Economics at the University of Pennsylvania. Jay has worked on local, statewide, and national political campaigns, and she has been doing nonpartisan and voter registration get-out-the-vote work since her sophomore year of high school. Since 2015, she has organized dozens of volunteers to register over 700 high school students to vote. She can’t wait to see Penn students at the polls!

Brian Doyle

PLTV Fellow/Andrew Goodman Foundation Fellow & Netter Center

Brian Doyle is a senior studying political science in the College of Arts and Sciences. Outside of PLTV, Brian is the Speaker of the Penn Political Union and a member of the Polybian Society. If anyone has any questions about voter engagement, don’t hesitate to reach out!