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The Boston LSA YAC was established in late winter of 2016, and is continuing to gain attention on the East Coast. Volunteer Obadiah Brown and Kendall Johnson have been leading efforts in the region and are looking for volunteers to get involved with mentorship, volunteering, and other opportunities. If you would like to get involved with the LSA Young Alumni Council in Boston, please fill out the interest form.

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Leadership Team

Obadiah Brown graduated with a degree in history and international studies in 2016. While at U-M, he was a part of the Ann Arbor Languages Partnership, Lambda Chi Alpha, and did research through UROP. He is a management and program analyst for the U.S. Department of Transportation. To him LSA YAC seems like a great way to stay involved with Michigan and LSA as well as helping out current students through the mentorship program. It is nice to be involved with more recent graduates. One of his most vivid memories of undergrad is sitting second row at the Ohio State vs. Michigan football game!

Kendall Johnson graduated with a degree in german and evolutionary anthropology in 2015. While at U-M, she was involved in LSA Student Government, Dean Ambassadors, Michigan Union Board of Representative, and Support for Incoming Black Students (S.I.B.S.). She is currently social work doctoral student at Boston University. Kendall decided to become a YAC leader because she believes in giving back to those who have given to her. Since LSA has given her so much, she wants to stay engaged with the college and advocate for the continued value of the liberal arts.

If you’d like more information about the Boston LSA YAC region you can reach Obadiah Brown at or Kendall Johnson at