SUN. JAN 8, at 3PM | Campus Panel featuring Allison Hilton, Center for Social Justice, Teaching and
Allison Hilton was named Assistant Program Director of the After School Kids (ASK) Program in June 2014. In this role, she is responsible for recruitment, training, and facilitating relationships among Georgetown students and program partners. Allison is a May 2014 graduate of Georgetown University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in English. As an undergraduate, Allison worked with the After School Kids (ASK) Program for four years, serving as both a mentor and a coordinator.
Growing up in Charleston, South Carolina, Allison understood the importance of raising the standards for young people so that they might understand and reach their true potential. Before starting at Georgetown, Allison also led an After School Arts Program (ASAP) on Creative Writing at Morningside Middle School in North Charleston, SC. Her work with ASAP led her to work with a team to create the framework for the Liberty Hill After School Literacy Program for elementary aged students.
Kameron (he/him/his) is the Coordinator of LGBTQ & Diversity Programs at American University. In this position, he oversees general LGBTQ outreach and education initiatives. He also works with the other center staff on center-wide programming and diversity/social justice workshops that supports and advocates for better inclusion of women, students of color, LGBTQ students, and first-generation college students. Before his time at AU, he worked as a Resident Director at the University of California, Berkeley, completed a bachelor's degree from the University of West Florida and a master's degree in Education from the University of South Florida. While at USF, he worked in the Office of Multicultural Affairs where he oversaw LGBTQ programs and policy initiatives. In his spare time, Kameron is involved in SMYAL's (Supporting and Mentoring Youth Advocates and Leaders) Young Donors Committee, enjoys playing beach volleyball, rock climbing, and advocating for LGBTQ rights.