Development Partner & Board Secretary
Arivumani Srivastava (he/him) is our Development Partner, Board Member, a recent graduate of the Gatton Academy and Greenwood High School from Warren County and currently an undergraduate student at Pomona College.
Arivumani Srivastava (he/him) is the Development Partner, KSVT Board member, and a recent graduate of the Gatton Academy and Greenwood High School from Warren County and an undergraduate at Pomona College. He joined the team during his junior year of high school and engaged in all things law and policy in KSVT. He worked on lobbying efforts for numerous bills in his first year, including the Save Our Seats campaign surrounding HB178 and school choice in HB563. He took on the role of legislative coordinator in his senior year, where he helped lead a successful rally at the State Capitol against HB14 and HB18 that sought to limit discussions around race in the classroom. As he begins his freshman year at Pomona College, he is transitioning to a new role in fundraising and development with the team, where he hopes to facilitate growth and accessibility by helping fund both new and existing projects within KSVT.
In addition to his work with KSVT, Arivumani is a digital content writer for the Claremont Journal of Law and Public Policy and a panelist for the Pomona College Judicial Council, and has served as a consultant to the Institute for Citizens and Scholars and a West African health policy researcher at Western Kentucky University.
Race To Learn
This study distills the results from the 10,725 Kentucky middle and high school students from 114 counties who took our Race, Ethnicity, and School Climate Student Survey.
Beyond Bathroom Passes: A Conversation With Young Adults About Their Earlier Out-of-School-Time Experiences as Co-Designers of the Kentucky Student Voice Team
Edited excerpts from the transcript of a May 17, 2023 virtual roundtable with our young adult network to reconnect and reflect on the long-term impact of their out-of-school high school experiences with KSVT.
Kentucky Student Voice Team Reflects on a Year of Impact
Education research, policy, and advocacy led by Kentucky youth produce measurable results.