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Savannah Stern

Savannah joined JED in 2019 with a background in communications, marketing, video production, and psychology. She interned at JED in the summer of 2018, worked as a Communications Fellow the following year, and is now a Digital Media and Communications Coordinator. Savannah grew up in New York City and graduated from Claremont McKenna College with B.A. in Media Studies and Psychology.

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