Economic and Racial Justice Community Coordinator at Workers’ Dignity
Studied at Vanderbilt University
Q: What drew you to serve with AmeriCorps?
A: I was excited by the opportunity to work closely with Workers’ Dignity, an organization that I greatly admire, while also getting to know my fellow AmeriCorps members.
Q: What are you most excited to do in your new service position?
A: I am excited to get involved with Workers’ Dignity’s construction campaign.
Q: What is a silly/random fact about you?
A: I learned how to ride a unicycle in high school, and still own one. I can still ride it but not for very long.
Q: How do you spend your time when you’re not serving or volunteering?
A: Hiking, reading, cooking, and crafting.