Student Fellows

AAI student fellows are selected for their exceptional commitment to scholarly life and for their ability to build intellectual communities across departments, disciplines, and various schools at Harvard. 

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Kelley Babphavong '20

Kelley hails from Rhode Island is an A.B. Degree Candidate in Government at Harvard College She is a manager at Harvard Student Agencies and an active member of a variety of student organization, including the John Adams Society, the Network of Enlightened Women and Harvard Right to Life.

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Originally from Shreveport, LA, John Henry is a junior at the University of Notre Dame majoring in the Program of Liberal Studies (a Great Books major) with minors in Constitutional Studies and Philosophy, Politics, and Economics (PPE). He is president of Dean’s Fellows for the College of Arts and Letters, a Student Fellow with the Tocqueville Program for Inquiry into Religion and Public Life, and a Sorin Fellow with the Center for Ethics and Culture. He previously served as Director of Academic Affairs for Notre Dame Student Government. His interests include political theory, political theology, and legal philosophy. 


Meredith Jones '19

Meredith is in the Class of 2019 at Harvard College and studies Classical Languages & Literatures.  Originally from Atlanta, Georgia, she enjoys bringing a bit of the South to Harvard.  She is the President of the student organization, Harvard Right to Life, is on the Catholic Student Association leadership team, and is a member of the John Adams Society and Harvard College Children's Stories."


Gabrielle Landry '22 - Summer Intern

Gabrielle is in the Class of 2022 at Harvard College, where she plans to study English and possibly pursue pre-med or pre-law. Originally from North Attleboro, MA, Gabrielle led the pro-life club, student newspaper, and Model United Nations club at her high school, Montrose School. This summer, she is assisting Erika Bachiochi J.D., Visiting Scholar at Harvard Law, with research for her forthcoming book, The First Affection: Restoring the Women's Movement's Lost Vision. Gabrielle is interested in how the ideals that founded America influence political action today.


Caden Petersmeyer '19

Caden is an A.B. Degree Candidate in Social Studies for the Harvard College class of 2019. Originating in Washington D.C., Caden is a member of both of Harvard’s undergraduate debating societies including The John Adams Society, and he is a founding member and the current Treasurer of the Harvard College Open Campus Initiative.