Who We Are

College students are a powerful political force. So in 2007, ONE launched the ONE Campus Challenge to propel this group into action and mobilize college students in the fight against extreme poverty.

Through action-oriented campaigns, students, faculty, and alumni join together to take meaningful advocacy actions that urge political leaders to support programs that are saving lives and creating sustainable futures in the developing world every day.

ONE Campus strives to combine the crucial elements of advocacy campaigns with the energy and activism unique to the college experience. Students join (or start!) their school’s ONE chapter. Through their ONE Campus chapter, students rally with their peers to participate in our creative advocacy campaigns and report each advocacy action they complete.

meet the team

Meet the team responsible for planning and implementing the ONE Campus program. Got questions? Feel free to contact us here!

Jen Fraser

Director, College Organizing

Jen joined ONE in 2012 and serves as the Director for College Organizing. In this role, she works to mobilize, organize, and support ONE’s national network of student activists. Jen graduated with a BA in Sociology and a minor in Women’s Studies from College of the Holy Cross in 2009, where she founded and led an Oxfam America club on campus and spent a year living in Spain. Prior to joining ONE, Jen worked as Regional Field Organizer at Bread for the World. She was a ONE intern in 2009 and has also worked at Oxfam America, Oxfam International, and Catholic Charities. Jen lives in Washington DC but originally hails from Salem, Massachusetts where she developed a strong love for all things Halloween. She has an obsession with coffee, travel, art history, and interior design; and can often be spotted stopping to pet strangers’ dogs.

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Gordon Wong

Manager, College Organizing

Gordon joined ONE in the summer of 2014 as a Manager for College Organizing. In this role, he works to recruit, train, and support ONE’s Campus Leaders around the country. Gordon graduated from the College of the Holy Cross in 2011 with a degree in Religious Studies and a concentration in Asian Studies. Prior to joining ONE, Gordon was a Recruitment Associate at the Catholic Volunteer Network. Additionally, he has worked with the campus program at Oxfam America, spent a year as a community organizer in Chicago, and worked on political campaigns in Colorado and Massachusetts. Gordon hails from Boston, Massachusetts and although he doesn’t have a Boston accent he has been known to sleep talk in Mandarin and Cantonese. He enjoys cooking and baking, jamming on his guitar, and hopes to one day operate a bubble tea cart on the National Mall.

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Maddy Vonhoff

Manager, College Organizing

Maddy joined ONE Campus in April 2016 and serves as Manager of College Organizing. In this role, she works to train, develop, recruit, and support ONE Campus chapters and leaders in the western region of the country. She graduated with a degree in psychology and a minor in French from Western Washington University in 2012, where she studied abroad in Kenya and worked as WWU’s Club Coordinator. She grew up in Vancouver, Washington and currently lives and works in Seattle. Maddy is a former ONE Congressional District Leader from WA-07 and prior to joining ONE, Maddy was the Project Manager for the Alternatives to the Death Penalty Campaign at the American Civil Liberties Union of Washington. When she’s not advocating to end extreme poverty, she is on the Board of Directors for GeekGirlCon, planning her next trip abroad, or reading comic books.

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about one

ONE is an international campaigning and advocacy organization made up of more than 8 million members taking action to end extreme poverty and preventable disease, particularly in Africa. Cofounded by Bono, we raise public awareness and work with political leaders to combat AIDS and preventable diseases, increase investments in agriculture and nutrition, and demand greater transparency so governments are accountable to their citizens. ONE does not raise money itself to build schools, hospitals and the like, but does its work by advocacy and campaigning so that government funds continue to flow to programs that make a difference in people’s lives. ONE works closely with African activists and policymakers as they fight corruption, promote poverty-fighting priorities, monitor the use of aid, and help build civil society and economic development. ONE’s work is strictly politically non-partisan.