Fellows and Interns
Zoë began as a research and organizing intern for the Racial Justice Hotline in the fall of 2011 and has continued on to a RJ Fellowship. Born and raised in Colorado, Zoë has been an activist since Middle School. Her projects have included campaigns for immigrant rights, ending violence against women, anti-oppression education, prisoner support and the Colorado Street Medics. On the rare occasion she has free time, Zoë can be found painting, writing or with her nose in a book.
Katrina Hoelting recently completed a Masters in Global Citizenship, Identities and Human Rights, with a focus in Trafficking in Persons from the University of Nottingham, United Kingdom. With a broad range of previous experience, including a degree in secondary education and extensive work in international business analysis, her passion for social justice has brought her to CPC where she is working to amplify the voice of the oppressed to bring about change across the state and globe. Katrina is a Communications Fellow at CPC and is looking forward to making a lasting contributions to economic, political and social development around the globe.
Emily joined CPC in September of 2012 as a Social Work intern from the University of Denver. She is originally from New York where she grew up swimming in the ocean and navigating the subway system. Emily's passion for social justice grew from two very formative experiences living abroad, in El Salvador and Belize. Being an Urban Studies and Latin American Studies double major in undergrad, Emily is interested in immigration, policy, positive youth development and how folks can become more engaged and involved in their communities. Emily is an avid bike rider and if you can't find her in school, doing homework, working at a coffee shop or at CPC you can definitely find her cruisin' the streets of Denver on her sweet ride.
Davis joined CPC's Economic Justice campaign in September of 2012. Davis is a native of Colorado hailing from Gunnison. He finished his BA in International Studies at the University of Denver, during which he studied abroad in Berlin. He iscurrently studying for his master's degree in Social Work at Denver University. While Davis is still unsure of where exactly he wants social work to take him other than into social justice work, he is currently exploring the options of law school with the hopes of being a professional lobbyist focusing on access to Health Care. When Daivs isn't busy day dreaming of all of the places he wants to travel in the world, he tends to be exploring Denver, looking for all of the good food (ice cream being his favorite!).