Fellows and Interns
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.
Salvador joined CPC as an intern from the Denver Foundation in June of 2013. Salvador is a Colorado native, born and raised in Aurora. He is currently working on his BA at the University of Denver, double majoring in English and Spanish with double minors in Sociology and Gender and Women Studies. He also just recently got accepted into the Morgridge College of Education at the University of Denver where he will be pursuing his MA in Curriculum and Instruction and teaching license to be a high school teacher. Salvador is passionate about social justice issues especially those surrounding education and the Latino community. When Salvador isn’t at CPC working and changing the world, you can find him busy at school, hanging out with friends, or doing his favorite and most rare hobby, sleeping.