Although Hailey considers the countryside of northern California her home, she currently resides near Portland, Oregon. She loves hiking, weight training, and spending time with friends in her free time. She also enjoys tackling various DIY projects and taking photos of scenic places she visits.
Alongside her scholarship, she is passionate about social justice and improving the spaces in which people of color study, work, worship and live. Outside of her career, Bracy energetically volunteers within the Durham community. In her spare time, she enjoys reading, traveling, baking and spending time with her friends, family and other loved ones.
In 2023, he was honored with the distinguished NAACP Beloved Community Award in Terrebonne Parish, recognizing his outstanding work in revitalizing Black-Jewish relations, expanding global education opportunities for minority students, and promoting interfaith social justice initiatives.
Apart from work, Wendell enjoys cooking Louisiana cajun-creole cuisine and spending time with family. He also is also a leader with the Morehouse-Israel Covenant Program and the newly relaunched National Center for Black-Jewish Relations at Dillard University.
Hailing originally from the beautiful hills of the Shenandoah Valley, VA, James now serves The Philos Project in the DC area. Outside of The Philos Project, you can find James playing guitar or soccer, pretending to train for a half marathon, writing essays and poetry, or reading history, philosophy, or a good novel.