Rachel Lopez

Rachel is from St. Petersburg, Florida and graduated from Northwestern University with honors in 2003.  She majored in Political Science, Sociology, and International Studies and studied European Union Studies in Paris, France.  While serving as student body president of Northwestern, Rachel created the Eva Jefferson Civil Rights Program, the first … Read more

Lori Leibowitz

Originally from New Jersey, Lori graduated from Brown University in 2003 with a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology.  At Brown, Lori wrote an honors thesis on changing attitudes and stereotypes about the homeless community, directed the social justice branch of the Jewish student organization, and participated in the Student Hunger … Read more

Kim Bailey

Kim is a graduate of University of Oregon with a degree in Planning, Public Policy and Management. Committed to creating partnerships between people and organizations, she worked closely with the University of Oregon Community Outreach Partnership Center and local community agencies throughout her time at the university.

Katherine Gigliotti

Originally from southern California, Katherine is a graduate of Boston College where she majored in Political Science and minored in Faith, Peace, and Justice Studies.  She participated in a variety of BC’s volunteer programs, including an immersion trip to the US-Mexico Border.  She interned with immigrants’ rights organizations such as … Read more

Sarah Garrett

Sarah, a New Jersey native, graduated from Wellesley College in 2003 with a degree in Urban Studies and a concentration in Education.  She has been active in a variety of community issues, including tutoring under-performing elementary school students and residents of a Family Shelter in Cambridge, Massachusetts.  During a semester … Read more

Yesenia Garcia

Yesenia is originally from Miami, Florida, and graduated from Boston College with a Bachelor of Arts in International Studies and a minor in History.  She is particularly interested in Latin American issues, such as the School of the Americas, FTAA, and immigration.  She served on the Undergraduate Government at Boston … Read more

Sean Coffey

Sean is a graduate of Colorado College where he majored in Sociology.  In college, he chaired a Head Start volunteer group as well as an Adaptive volunteer ski program that works with disabled skiers in Breckenridge, Colorado.  He was awarded a Colorado College Spirit award in 2002 and the Center … Read more

Rachel Clay

Rachel is originally from Chicago, Illinois and is a 2003 graduate of Syracuse University with a major in public relations and a minor in African American studies.  She also studied the influence of Blacks on literature, culture and art in Paris.  Her interest in social policy and love for children … Read more

Allegra Cira

Allegra earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Communications from the University of Miami, where she double-majored in Motion Pictures and English.  After participating in alternative break trips focused on worker rights, Allegra co-founded and co-facilitated the campus Living Wage Coalition, which was instrumental in establishing health benefits for maintenance … Read more

Roxanne Caines

Roxanne is originally from Atlanta, Georgia and she received her Bachelor’s degree from Howard University with a speech communications major and psychology minor.  Roxanne’s interest in education led her to teach English in Japan for two years with the JET Programme.  She has also worked with several youth-centered organizations in … Read more

Patience Peabody

Patience, a Washington, D.C. native, graduated with honors in 2003 from Hampton University where she earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Marketing. At Hampton, Patience was inducted into the Student Leadership Program where she served on the community service and public relations committees. She has worked on a variety … Read more

Corina Bullock

Corina, originally from Winston-Salem, North Carolina, earned a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology and a Bachelor of Science in Agriculture and Sustainable Systems from Berea College in Kentucky. She has tutored and mentored community school children, studied cultural anthropology in Kenya, and worked on organic farms in Ireland. Corina also … Read more