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Our Team

teaTea Rozman-Clark, Ph.D., Co-Founder and Executive Director, 612 889 7635
Tea Rozman Clark is the Executive Director of Green Card Voices. Previously, Ms. Rozman Clark has worked for Reconciliation and Culture Cooperative Network, a New York City non-profit working with immigrants from the Former Yugoslavia. Ms. Clark, NYU graduate in Near and Middle Eastern studies and has a PhD in Cultural History, specializing in oral history recording from the University of Nova Gorica. She is first generation immigrant from Slovenia and 2015 Bush Leadership Fellow.

Jessie Lee-Bauder, Program Associate, 612 889 7635 
Jessie Lee-Bauder is the Program Associate at Green Card Voices. She graduated from Macalester College with a degree in Creative Writing.

Shiney Her, Graphic Designer (AmeriCorps, Public Allies), 612 889 7635 
Shiney Her is a  graphic designer for Green Card Voices. She is a graduate of the University of Minnesota.

Anna Zeisel, Operations and  Communications Associate (AmeriCorps, Public Allies), 612 889 7635 
Anna Zeisel is a graduate of Macalester College where she studied Anthropology. She spent a semester abroad studying migration and transnational identity in Morocco, and was an intern for Green Card Voices during her sophomore year. Anna is currently serving a year as an AmeriCorps Public Ally. At Green Card Voices she is Operations and  Communications Associate.

rachel portraitRachel Mueller, Development Associate, 612 889 7635 
Rachel Mueller is a graduate of Macalester College where she studied Anthropology and African Studies. She attended Waterford Kamhlaba United World College of Southern Africa in Swaziland where she lived for two years. She continues to research and write about life on the African continent. Her most recent research included studying a female spiritual belief system in Senegal. At Green Card Voices she manages publishing, coordinates events and writes grants.


zaynab square whiteZaynab Abdi, Immigrant & Refugee Youth Ambassador, 612 889 7635
Zaynab was born in Aden, Yemen. She grew up in a large household with her extended family. Her mother immigrated to the United States through the Green Card Lottery when Zaynab was very young. After sixteen years, her mother was eligible to sponsor her for a visa, and Zaynab made plans to immigrate. Before she could move, a revolution erupted in Yemen, disrupting her plans. She moved to Egypt with her sister. As another revolution began in Egypt, Zaynab went to Minnesota. Currently, Zaynab is a sophomore at St. Catherine University. She interned for the University of Minnesota Law School and was given an award for being one of the top interns. Through this experience, she has decided to become a lawyer and to someday return to Yemen.



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