Emanuelle Sippy (she/her) is a board member of the Kentucky Student Voice Team and formerly co-directed the organization for three years.
Emanuelle Sippy (she/her) is a board member of the Kentucky Student Voice Team and formerly co-directed the organization for three years. She’s often described this work as “moving from protest to policy making,” including when Emanuelle appeared on MSNBC, discussing the Team’s Coping with COVID-19 Study, which garnered almost 13,000 responses from all but one Kentucky county. She’s shared policy recommendations with audiences from the Aspen Institute to the Kentucky Board of Education.
As the Partnerships Coordinator at Future Coalition, she supports youth-led organizations internationally and across issue areas through initiatives such as their Incubator and Electoral Coalitions. Emanuelle also co-authored the Move School Forward Guiding Principles and was the Art Department Head a feminist art & literary magazine. Emanuelle joined the team as an eighth grader. She is a recent graduate of Henry Clay High School in Lexington and is a first year at Princeton 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.
The Co-Creation Generation
We partnered with the Institute for Citizens & Scholars to release a report about intergenerational partnership. The report and tools are meant to help young people and adults build teams that center youth voice to build coalitions and communities.
KSVT Adds Students & Adult Allies to Board
Thirteen students and two adult allies were appointed Directors of the Kentucky Student Voice Team on Friday. The intergenerational Board of Directors reflects KSVT’s mission to promote more democratic schools and communities.