Darion Reed is a native Georgian, who was spurred to political activism by Stacey Abrams's historic bid for Governor of Georgia. This candidacy inspired him to take action on voter suppression, combating archaic laws created to cull the electorate in favor of candidates out of step with Georgia's values, and ensure that historically marginalized communities (black, brown, poor, and the formerly incarcerated) have equal access to the polls. Serving as Political Liaison with the University of West Georgia Young Democrats, while pursuing a B.S. in Sociology, he has a brief but experienced history in organizing, this was followed by a stint on the Democratic Party of Georgia's Coordinated Campaign, and he now currently serves on the Executive Committee on his local Democratic committee in Newton County located 45 minutes east of Atlanta, Georgia.
Brit Eames is a millennial activist and aspiring writer, committed to women's and minority issues, a political organizer and a professional-loser-of-Tupperware. Brit founded Millennials for Abrams, a grassroots activist group in 2018 in an effort to organize and activate her peers. In her day job, Brit manages an Atlanta-based 501(c)3 non-profit's grant program, benefiting youth survivors of spine and brain trauma. Brit holds a BA in Art History from Santa Clara University and an MA in Art Business from Sotheby's Institute of Art. A native Californian and former New Yorker, Brit is now living in Atlanta, Georgia.