Outreach and Communications Fellow
Isabelle is from Boulder, Colorado and recently graduated from Colorado College with a B.A. in Sociology. While there, she was involved in the Student Organization for Sexual Safety, Outdoor Education, Dance Department, and the Sounds of Colorado College. During college she interned with the I Have a Dream Foundation leading educational programming as well as with New Era Colorado, advocating for the issues young Coloradans care about and registering hundreds of people across the state to vote. Additionally, Isabelle was as a research assistant to Dr. Prentiss Dantzler II, analyzing the history of American federal public housing policy. In 2017 she lived in Ecuador while working with Asylum Access as a community organizing intern working closely with legal advocates and Mujeres Libres Sin Fronteras, a grassroots group that champions visibility and justice for migrant women in Quito. Her experiences in housing research, in Ecuador, as well as her time studying on the US-Mexico border led to her undergraduate quantitative thesis work on the confluence of immigration and housing justice in the US. She is thrilled to be continuing to learn about and be part of social justice in action in her own Colorado community with CCHI.