Suitless for Students was created by a group of young people passionate about both education and human rights.
Miranda Lupion (Project Development) is a high school student and New York native. Infatuated with International affairs, she spent the summer interning with an NGO, the Temple of Understanding, at the United Nations. An avid Economist reader and public speaker, she hopes to pursue a career in diplomacy or intelligence. She also loves music and theater.
Jacob Henner (Web Design/Publicity Manager) is also a high school student, and New Yorker. Interested in Technology, Politics and Law, Jacob works behind the scenes managing and programming for multiple causes, including his favorite, The National Federation of American Students. He can be contacted at JacobHenner@nfas.org
Matt Romano (Graphic Design) A resident of NYC, Matt works for a small toy manufacturing company in Manhattan as a Product Manager and Designer. When not making toys, he enjoys volunteering for non-profit organizations focused on helping others through the power of good design. Matt graduated from Syracuse University with a degree in Industrial Design.