I grew up in Littleton, Colorado and first came introduced to the the Lasallian Mission in high school. I attended Mullen, a Lasallian high school in Denver. Throughout my four years at Mullen I was very active in Lasallian Youth by volunteering after school and going on service trips, one of which was to Browning, Montana. It was there that I witnessed and fully understood for the first time that social justice issues existed.
I began my undergraduate studies at the University of Arizona in Tucson, but transferred to the University of Colorado in Boulder at the end of my freshman year. There I received by bachelor’s degree in International Affairs. Upon graduation, the principal of my high school introduced me to the Lasallian Volunteers.
I served as a volunteer at Serviam Gardens, low-income senior housing in the Bronx, as a program coordinator. As the program coordinator I designed programming, lead high school retreats, and assisted in applications for various subsized living programs, such as food stamps. After my two years of service I joined the LV staff and moved to Washington, DC.
I am excited to serve as the recruitment coordinator and to have the opportunity to work with the Lasallian Volunteers and continue to grow with a program that I hold so dear.
Bachelor of Arts in International Affairs, University of Colorado-Boulder, Boulder, CO
Program Coordinator – Serviam Gardens – Bronx, NY
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