Shaquierra Brown is the Partnership Specialist at Campus Philly, and brings a wealth of relationship management knowledge to the organization. She is a graduate of Rowan University where she received Bachelor’s degrees in Public Relations and Advertising. There, she started her first organization Love & Luxe Collegiate, a publication with the mission of amplifying the voices of Black women on college campuses. The organization has since evolved into a collegiate chapter at Rowan University. After graduating, Shaquierra began freelancing for small startups and working at Philly immersed companies such as WHYY and The Connect. Outside of work, you can find Shaquierra hiking, reading, or trying new restaurants around the city for her food blog @thehauteplates! Contact Shaquierra at [email protected].
Jen Devor is Vice President, Partnerships, welcoming all stakeholders to join us in our work of attracting, engaging, and retaining college students to the Greater Philadelphia region. Jen first joined Campus Philly back in 2012 and served for close to 7 years in a variety of roles specializing in serving corporate members, marketing partners, and government affairs. Jen was then a 2019 candidate for City Commissioner, the office that oversees election activity in Philadelphia. She was endorsed by several prominent groups including the Philadelphia Inquirer and the National Organization for Women. After her campaign ended, Jen turned her platform for fair elections into the nonpartisan nonprofit Better Civics, which she still leads today.
Jen is a “Campus Philly” success story, coming to the city in 2002 to attend the University of the Arts and has called Philly home ever since. Jen is thrilled to return to Campus Philly with new knowledge and experiences to create strong, long-lasting relationships with our partners and students. Contact Jen at [email protected]
Stefi Varghese is the Director of Operations and Analytics with Campus Philly. Her position handles partnership fulfillment for corporate members, and recruitment efforts for marketing and advertising partners. Stefi also supports Campus Philly’s operations through office management and vendor relationships.
Stefi is another member of the Campus Philly team who was successfully “engaged and retained” after moving to Philadelphia from Connecticut to attend Temple University. While earning her B.A. in Strategic Communication, Stefi fell in love with the City of Brotherly Love and Sisterly Affection, and has made it her adopted hometown ever since. Stefi is a huge foodie and loves trying out new recipes and cooking for friends and family. She is also a classically trained percussionist and plays the drums in local band Thee Glitterbombs. In her free time, she enjoys watching independent films at Landmark Theaters and riding her bike around the city. Contact Stefi at [email protected].
Dr. Jennifer Johnson Kebea is the President of Campus Philly, setting the strategic vision for the organization and overseeing a vibrant team that manages programs and partnerships across higher education, corporate, cultural, and government contexts. Jen’s connection to Campus Philly began back in 2003, when she joined the organization as an undergraduate intern. In 2008, she held a professional role as Campus Philly’s inaugural Director of Career Programs. Now, more than a decade later, she’s thrilled to rejoin the Campus Philly team and lead the organization into its next phase of growth. Jen holds a doctoral degree in Educational Leadership and Management from Drexel University, as well as a bachelor’s and master’s degree, both from Chestnut Hill College. She currently teaches graduate students at Drexel University in both the School of Education and the Goodwin College of Professional Studies. A lifelong resident of the Greater Philadelphia region, Jen lives in Media, PA with her husband, Kevin, and their three children. Contact Jen at [email protected]
Ayannah is a native of West Philadelphia and a recent graduate from Cabrini University. In her undergraduate years at Cabrini she planned and executed many events for the student body centered around leadership and engagement. During the Summer of 2019 Ayannah held an internship at Delaware River Waterfront Corporation located in the Penn’s Landing neighborhood. There she worked on and produced a wide variety of family-fun programs and festivals. Towards the conclusion of her internship she wanted to continue her career in the city. After reflecting on the impact that Campus Philly had on her college experience, Ayannah knew that she wanted to be apart of that experience for other students. In her free time she is a creative writer, an avid traveler, and adventure enthusiast. Contact Ayannah at [email protected]
Ashley moved to Philadelphia in 2013 to pursue her bachelor’s degree at Saint Joseph’s University. She decided to stay in Philadelphia upon graduating, feeling there was too much to explore after making Manayunk, and later, Old City, her new home. After interning at Campus Philly in 2016, Ashley fell in love with its culture and mission, and rejoined the team as the Content Marketing Manager after gaining experience in both the ad agency and startup sectors. Ashley enjoys trying new restaurants, listening to crime podcasts, and exploring hidden Philly gems. Contact Ashley at [email protected]