Bethany Massenburg-Jackson

  • Title: Student Programming Assistant
Bethany Massenburg-Jackson (she/her/hers) is a 3rd year student majoring in Electrical Engineering. She is from Upper Marlboro, Maryland.
In the Center for Belonging and Social Change, Bethany works as a Programming Assistant supporting Black student initiatives and is one of the co-overall student chairs of the African American Heritage Festival. She is also interested in fashion, finance, and social justice. Outside of her work in the Center, Bethany is involved in the National Society of Black Engineers, and Morrill Scholars Mentorship Program
Bethany chose to work at the the CBSC to increase programming and her involvement with the Black community. She is also invested in being an ally and helping to welcome other marginalized individuals on campus.