Grace (she/her) graduated with her Bachelors of Arts in Human Services and Social Justice with a minor in Spanish from the George Washington University. These studies provided field-based engagement with DC area non-profit organizations working in education and community organizing. Grace has lead teams in NYC focusing on hunger and homelessness, supported bilingual Washington, DC school programs in furthering students’ studies, and studied Development and Social Change in Cameroon with the School for International Training (SIT). One of her most memorable experiences at GWU was when she served as an Arts and Museum’s Organizer for GWU’s Signature Event Chavez, Huerta, Itliong Day where she co-organized and curated a space intertwining arts and education that reflected the leaders’ values. Having grown up in New Hampshire, Grace now resides in Washington, DC.