Executive Board

greta maras


Greta Maras is a junior majoring in international studies and political science, as well as minoring in environmental studies. She is also involved in civic engagement and social justice organizations on campus, which help to inform her work in PPC.


Vice President

Jay Singh is a junior majoring in history. In addition to being the Director of Congressional Outreach at PPC, he holds a position as Deputy Content Manager and Lead US Journalist at Simple Flying, the world's largest aviation news website. He is a skilled professional communicator and interested in public advocacy and outreach.


Director of Congressional Outreach

Leila Hamilton is a junior studying economics and mathematics. Her passion for politics and policy stems from her involvement in local campaigns in her home state of Arizona. She is especially interested in health and food policy. Outside of PPC, she is an EMT on campus and a member of the outdoors club.

ava levine

Director of Communications

Ava is a junior majoring in international studies and economics. Outside of PPC, Ava is involved in other campus activities related to social justice.

Anjali Patel


Anjali Patel is a junior at studying Public Health Studies and Accounting/ Financial Management. She is interested in public health equity and the intersection between health and public policy. She hopes to pursue a future in health policy research, with a focus on improving equitable access to healthcare services among vulnerable populations.

Nathan felmus

Director of Marketing

Nathan Felmus is a junior studying Economics and International Studies, a course of study which has fueled his passion for civic engagement and legislative advocacy. In addition to PPC, Nathan currently serves as the President of the International Studies Leadership Council and is involved in the Hopkins Student Wind Energy Team.

Nessa trombetta

Director of Research

Nessa Trombetta is a sophomore in the Krieger School of Arts and Sciences studying Public Health and International Studies. She has a passion for international affairs, and hopes to work as a diplomat. On campus, she is also involved in HopMUN, the Johns Hopkins Competitive Model United Nations team, JHUMUNC, the Johns Hopkins Model United Nations Conference, Young Democratic Socialists of America at JHU, and the Iranian Cultural Society. She is currently pursuing research on firearm violence and mental health outcomes. In her free time, she enjoys traveling, trying new foods, and meeting new people. Nessa is beyond excited to continue working with PPC and advocating for legislative progress!