The Graphic Art of OCAP Fellows

Jenna Royce has been a fellow since 2013-2014. She has created several posters for OCAP events – and continues to do so this year. Jenna graduated with honors from Northwest Christian University in 2012 with a double major in English and Communications. During college, Jenna volunteered with Hosea Youth Services, a center for homeless and runaway teenagers. In the summer of 2011, she worked in Cambodia with at-risk children and girls rescued from sex trafficking. These experiences generated her interest in child protection issues and inspired her to pursue a career advocating for at-risk youth.

Christopher Gray was a fellow from 2012-2014. He created posters for OCAP events during his fellowship. Chris graduated from the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, majoring in International Studies, and Molecular and Cellular Biology. He then interned for a Chicago-based international adoption attorney, while also working as a diversity educator and a part-time soccer coach. Christopher spent his summers volunteering as a camp counselor for Holt International's adoptee summer camps. He then spent a year in Seoul interning for Holt Children's Services of Korea's post-adoption center. While in Korea, he advocated for adult adoptee rights, and worked with prospective adoptive families, birth mothers, and underprivileged children. He is eager to pursue a law career focusing on the foster care system and domestic and international adoption.

Carolyn Noon was an OCAP fellow from 2010 through 2012, and in that role she created these posters to promote OCAP events. She graduated from Washington University in St. Louis with a Bachelors of Fine Arts. Before coming to law school, she worked in education and nonprofit arts administration. She oversaw teenagers in an art-based job-training program and later became executive director of St. Louis City Open Studio and Gallery. Although she loved her work, she decided to come to law school to further her commitment to child advocacy. During law school she has worked for Eugene-area family law firms and was a student prosecutor in the office of the Lane County District Attorney.