What we stand for:
The Blue Club was founded as a way for young Americans — both politically aware and otherwise — to voice their beliefs and fight for the America that they wish to see.
We firmly believe that only through action can the people of our nation inflict meaningful change. In this era, more than ever, America needs transformative change.
Providing information on politics and policy at the heart of our organization. We seek to equip young people with the information they need to be aware of the policies and politics are guiding America so that they can offer their own perspective and campaign for progressive policies.
Young people are the future of American politics, and our power begins with knowledge and civic engagement.
Kayla Turner: Director of Organization & Events
Kayla Turner is a political commentator and activist. As the daughter of Jamaican immigrants, her main political concentrations are immigration reform, prison reform, and women’s rights. Turner spends most of her time using her voice, as she is a public speaker, singer, and student council member. She enjoys that her platform allows her to speak on behalf of underrepresented individuals. Turner currently resides in Middleboro, Massachusetts, and studies at Syracuse University, majoring in Neuroscience.
Jacob Hays: Chief Financial Officer
Jacob Hays is a student at the University of Georgia planning to major in English Education with a minor in Human Services and English Literature. He also works as a writing tutor. He enjoys the outdoors, literature, and music. His main political concerns are Medicare expansion, UBI, and the legalization of marijuana.
Kash Jain: Founder & Chief Executive Officer
Kash Jain is an Indian-American writer. In his free time, he enjoys writing, reading, and watching movies — especially horror, science-fiction, and mystery. He currently studies at Trinity College, majoring in Political Science. He describes himself as a progressive — he is an advocate for criminal justice reform and increased economic opportunity.