Antoinette Stone

Antoinette “Toni” Stone joined ACS in August 2019 and currently serves as the Student Chapters Fellow.

Prior to joining the ACS team, Toni graduated from Hampshire College, ’17 with a Bachelor of Liberal Arts. While at Hampshire, she studied the connections between slave narratives and prison writings, tracing the legal precedent of how the abolishment of slavery led to the Prison Industrial Complex. Toni was the president of UMOJA: Black Student Organization, Fundcom (Hampshire funding student body), and multiple other student groups.

After graduating from Hampshire, she worked with Inwood House’s P.R.I.M.E. Leaders (Productive, Resourceful, Innovative, Motivated & Empowering) afterschool program. She worked with grades K-8 in the South Bronx teaching children key skills through the arts.

In her free time, she likes to read, watch movies, and write short stories.

Annamarie Hufford-Bucklin

Annamarie Hufford-Bucklin joined ACS in July 2019 and currently serves as the Network Advancement Fellow. Annamarie contributes to research, logistics and strategy on two principal projects: ACS’s State Attorneys General project, which aims to advance progressive legal policy on the state and local level through the offices of state Attorneys General, and ACS’s Pro Bono initiative, which connects volunteers with opportunities for legal activism.

Before joining ACS, Annamarie worked in the law libraries at the Massachusetts Attorney General’s Office and Goodwin Procter LLP. Annamarie graduated from Northeastern University with a B.S. in Political Science, summa cum laude, where she was a research and teaching assistant for the Law and Public Policy program. She is originally from the Philadelphia area.

Jake Mazeitis

Jake Mazeitis joined ACS in July 2019 and serves as the Lawyer Chapter Fellow.

Prior to joining the team at ACS, Jake worked for Generation Citizen, the Human Rights Campaign, and Teach for America. He currently serves on Generation Citizen’s National Board of Directors.

Jake graduated with B.A.s in Women’s and Gender Studies, Letters (with a focus in Constitutional Studies), and International Studies, summa cum laude, from the University of Oklahoma. At OU, he was the Executive Producer of the Me Too Monologues, a member of the LGBTQ Program Advisory Board, and the Chair of the Student Advisory Board to the Oklahoma State Regents of Higher Education. He is a proud Kansas Citian.

Jordan Blisk

Jordan Blisk joined ACS in July 2019 and currently serves as an Assistant Director of Chapters. In this capacity, he helps to advance the next generation of progressive leaders by managing existing ACS student and lawyer chapters, working to strategically expand ACS’s network, and developing a vibrant, diverse, and inclusive legal community throughout the Rocky Mountain Region.

Before joining ACS, Jordan practiced in family law, estate planning, and general civil litigation. He served in the United States Air Force as an Aircraft Fuel Systems Journeyman and has been interviewed by WNYC, NPR, and BBC on issues surrounding transgender military service.

Jordan graduated from Ball State University with a B.S. in Psychological Science. He earned his J.D. from the University of Colorado Law School, and in his capacity as OUTLaw President, Jordan founded the CU Law Name Change Clinic to assist transgender Coloradans with their name and gender marker changes. During law school, he was also a Teaching Fellow for the Marshall-Brennan Constitutional Literacy Project. He currently sits on the board of the Colorado Name Change Project and is the Social Media Manager for the Colorado LGBT Bar Association.

Jordan is based in Denver, where he enjoys fly fishing and spending time with his two dogs, Hamilton and Huxley.

Kennedy Freeman

Kennedy Freeman joined ACS in May 2019 and currently serves as the Network Advancement Associate. She provides support to the Department of Network Advancement and assists with the coordination of substantive initiatives.

Prior to joining ACS, Kennedy interned at the Library of Congress with the Binding and Collections Care division. After graduating, Kennedy worked for Lunenburg County Public Schools and later became an HR assistant at Greystones Consulting Group.

Kennedy Freeman attended the College of William and Mary where she found a passion for criminal justice while taking many classes about constitutional law. She received B.A. degrees in Government and Psychology. In her free time, she enjoys live music, abstract painting, and relaxing walks through nature.