Loren comes to iMentor from her role as a program director with Teach For America, where she managed approximately 40 middle and high school math and science teachers. Her work in the education field began in 2007 when she joined Teach For America as a corps member in D.C., where she primarily taught sixth and seventh grade science at KIPP AIM Academy. Since then, she has worked as a corps member adviser at the Teach For America training institute in 2009 as well as the director of transportation and special events in 2010. Additionally, Loren has long been a human rights activist with Amnesty International, founding and leading chapters and serving as a student area coordinator, chair of the National Youth Advisory Committee, and as the youth representative for the International Council Meeting U.S. Delegation. Loren has a B.S. in biobehavioral health from Penn State University’s Schreyer’s Honors College as well as an M.Ed from American University with a focus on secondary education. She now focuses the majority of her time on fostering educational equity and life opportunities for all children, regardless of their place of birth, and is very excited to join iMentor in this crucial work, and is excited to continue this crucial work for years to come with iMentor.