The Fellowship Team
Many folks make the Fellowship happen at the Washington Bus but these fine folks are our Fellowship experts. Have any general Fellowship questions? You can get ahold of the Fellowship staff at email@example.com
Karter Booher, originally hailing from the final frontier up north (Alaska), comes to the Bus by way of Tacoma. After working for some great candidates in Alaska, Karter made his way to the City of Destiny to attend PLU. When not at the Bus you will most likely find Karter cooking for friends & family, listening to podcasts, cheering for the Sounders, or hanging out with his handsome pup, Dobby. Karter has been on the Bus since 2012 and is now the Fellowship Coordinator. In addition to helping drive the Bus, Karter currently serves on the Board of Director for the Ingersoll Gender Center; supporting the transgender community in the Puget Sound area and across the state. Want to chat about social justice education, organizing, gender justice, running for office as a young person or all things Fellowship? Holla at Karter at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mason Bennett is a young queer social activist born and raised in Olympia, Washington. They became involved in activism through organizations like Stonewall Youth Group and Planned Parenthood, where they developed a passion for peer-education, social justice and political advocacy. They came to the Bus as a 2015 Summer Fellow, and from there became the beautiful intern that you know and love, first during Fall 2015’s working with the Bus on Honest Election Seattle, and now as a Fellowship Intern. Mason has three beautiful cats and many plants. They love horror, sci-fi and baked goods. You can reach Mason at email@example.com.