I’m a first-year student with a passion for community work and an interest in using digital humanities to amplify the experiences of vulnerable communities. I served on the Board of Directors for a student led organization called March for Our Life, San Diego, which advocates against gun violence in schools. This experience increased my interest in local politics and led to work with two city council members’ reelection campaigns. I currently work with the nonprofit called Minority Humanitarian Foundation. One of the key initiatives of this foundation is to help reunite refugee and asylum seekers released from local detention centers with their families. I am also pursuing an Associate’s program in American Sign Language with the hope of creating digital resources that help hearing people better appreciate and understand deaf culture.
Analia is working with Dr. Robert Castro »