Kama Green was born in Hawaii and is currently a Psychology major at UNC Charlotte. She has lived in Charlotte for most of her life, and considers it her home. She is involved in the Student Ambassador organization, Psi Chi, and the Golden Key Honor Society.
Lydia Martin is currently pursuing a degree in Psychology with a minor in Sociology at Virginia Tech. She is part of the Center for Applied Behavior Systems research lab under the supervision of Dr. Scott Gellar. She is a member of the Virginia Organizing Project, a statewide, multi-issue citizens’ organization committed to challenging injustice by empowering people in local communities to address issues that affect the quality of their lives. She also plays alto saxophone.
Devin Washington is from Memphis, Tennessee. He is a junior at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga where he is pursuing a B.S. in Psychology. He is a member of organizations such as: Habitat for Humanity, P.A.W.S., Psychology Club and Psi Chi. He is interested in organizational diversity and how perceived stereotypes about gender, race, ethnicity and names impact the selection processes of organizations.
Originally from Liberia, John T. Sampson graduated with an Associates of Arts Degree (Magna Cum Laude) from Stella Maris Polytechnic in Monrovia. He is currently a senior at Allen University, where he is majoring in Banking and Finance. His primary research interest is in motivation.