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About Us


On the Same Page Boston is a student run advocacy group working to narrow education disparity in Boston schools. Every semester, we partner with a teacher at a Boston Public School to create a book wishlist. With the help of the greater Boston community, we supply diverse and inclusive books to these students.

We are passionate about getting the students a diverse array of books that they feel represented in. Exposure to a wide variety of books improves vocabulary and language skills. 

Everyone deserves the opportunity to be a part of a story. 

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Fall 2023's campaign benefitted the Henderson Inclusion School (2-12) in Dorchester.

Spring 2024 Team


Caitlyn Finnegan (she/her) a junior majoring in public relations with minors in nonprofit communication and business studies. Her favorite childhood books were The Little Critter series by Mercer Mayer. 

Jocelyn Avila-Frias (she/her) a senior at Emerson College majoring in communication arts. Her favorite childhood books were Because of Winn-Dixie, Dr. Seuss series, and Goodnight Moon/Buenas Noches, Luna.

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Zoe Ross (she/her) a communication studies major with a minor in management. Her favorite book was Chrysanthemum written by Kevin Henkes. The moral of learning to love yourself and your uniqueness has resonated with me from a young age.


Lilly Sigersmith (she/her) a communications studies major with double minors in psychology and hearing/deafness. Her favorite childhood book is The Giving Tree by Shel Silverstein.


Olivia Miller (she/her) a junior majoring in journalism with a minor in nonprofit communications. One of her favorite childhood books was The Bake Shop Ghost by Jacqueline Ogburn.


Declan Bretz (he/him) a senior sports communications major with a minor in entrepreneurship. His favorite books growing up were the Magic Tree House collection which gave him lasting memories.

Stephanie Trendell (she/her) a senior journalism major with a minor in political communication. Growing up, her favorite books were the Junie B. Jones series.




Afton Myers (she/her) a business of creative enterprises major focusing on theater/theater management. Her favorite book as a child was The Magic Treehouse series.


Theodora Bowden (she/her) a communication studies major with a management minor. One of her favorite series of books when she was younger was the Geronimo Stilton series.



Lorenzo Solomon (he/him) a sophomore business of creative enterprises major. As a kid, his favorite books came from Dr. Seuss because of the art style as well as the creativity they conveyed. 


Ranqiu Xia (Sunny) (she/her) a senior media studies major with a nonprofit communication minor. The Little Prince was her favorite book in childhood as it introduced her into the world of books with imagination and creativity.




Yuxin Tao (Hayley) (she/her) a senior majoring in public relations, and willing to discover the nonprofit management field in her graduate school. One of her favorite books is called The Joy Luck Club by Amy Tan.


Isabelle Montez (she/her) a junior communication studies major and a double minor in public relations and history. Her favorite book growing up was The Monster At the End of This Book by Jon Stone. 


Luiza Lamkin (she/her) a junior business of creative enterprises major and a nonprofit communications minor. Her favorite book growing up was Where the Sidewalk Ends by Shell Silverstein. 



Sanford Bruce (he/him) a junior political communication major. His two favorite childhood books were the Peaceful Warrior by Dan Millman and Crossing the Wire by Will Hobbs.


Selyn Zhou (she/her) a junior majoring in business of creative enterprises with a minor in nonprofit communication and public relations. Her favorite childhood books were Alice's Adventures in Wonderland & Through the Looking-Glass and The Hobbit along with The Lord of The Rings. 


Kiersten Holley (she/her) a sophomore environmental communications major. Her favorite childhood book series is the Fairy Magic series.




Jeff Tan (he/him) a sophomore business of creative enterprises major and entrepreneurship minor. His favorite book as a kid was Shoe Dog by Phil Knight. 


Andy Ambrose (they/them) a senior communication studies major with a double minor in environmental studies and nonprofit management. Their favorite childhood book was Where the Mountain Meets the Moon by Grace Lin. 


Ellie Spotts (she/her) a sophomore business of creative enterprises major with a marketing minor. Her favorite children’s book was Stellaluna by Janelle Cannon.

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