Elizabeth comes to iMentor with experience in education, youth development, community engagement, and social justice. Hailing from Maine, she graduated from Trinity College with a B.A. with high honors in American Studies and double minor in Hispanic Studies and Human Rights Studies. In that time, she engaged her Hartford community on and off campus in many leadership roles such as fundraising chair of the Trinity Chapter of Habitat for Humanity as well as co-organizer of the Trinity International Hip-Hop Festival, which aims to use all five elements of hip-hop as a tool for community building. Prior to iMentor, she gained experience with small non-profits in Uruguay, Chile, and Spain around personal, academic, and career development with recent immigrant youth. As a Trinity College Human Rights fellow, she developed human rights curricula for Amnesty International within their Human Rights Education Program in New York City. She’s excited to continue connecting NYC youth and volunteers through meaningful relationships and opportunities in mentoring.