Center Operations Interns (COI)

Abigail Austria

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Abigail Austria is a sophomore in the College from Honolulu, Hawaii. She is majoring in Psychology and minoring in Education, Inquiry, and Justice, and is interested in the intersection of childhood development and education, especially as it pertains to marginalized communities. Abigail also serves as a board member of the CSJ’s Advisory Board for Student Organizations (ABSO), is co-president of Truth and Human Rights of North Korea (THiNK), and is a brother of Alpha Phi Omega. In her free time, she loves to go on nature walks and binge watch Bon Appetit Youtube videos. 

Isbel-Deleon

Isbel Deleon

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Isbel is originally from Connecticut and is currently a junior in the College majoring in Government. They actually started as a nursing major and was exactly that for two years, so they are a very recent College student. Over the summer, Isbel had the pleasure of participating in the Jumpstart Summer program where they were exposed to some beautiful and intelligent kiddos in the southeast area of DC. Isbel is also a brother of Alpha Phi Omega. She loves to read books and although she barely has the time to do so, is always looking for recommendations. Moreover, Isbel also *really loves* food and always want new places to eat.

Jennifer Kret
Jennifer Kret

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Jennifer Kret is a sophomore in Georgetown College double majoring in English and Government and minoring in Women’s and Gender Studies. She hails from Maplewood, NJ, where she cultivated her interest in human rights and gender justice. Outside of COI hours, Jennifer is a brother of Alpha Phi Omega, plays on the club water polo and swim teams, and is co-president of Platform 37th and O, Georgetown’s first and only Harry Potter club. Her fun fact is always that she is 14 minutes older than her twin sister. In her first year working as a Center Operations Intern she hopes to gain institutional knowledge about the CSJ and connect with CSJ student leaders. 

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Jenna Moniz (abroad Spring 2020)

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Jenna Moniz, is a Massachusetts native working as Center Operations Intern. A junior in the College, she is a Linguistics major. She has learned so much about the many programs that are run by the CSJ having been introduced to them during CSJ’s pre-orientation program, First Year Orientation to Community Involvement (FOCI). Jenna enjoys learning about social justice movements and is currently involved with SAPE, College Democrats, Green Club, and H*yas for Choice.

Cyrus Morrell

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Cyrus Morrell is a first year in the College, double majoring in Government and Political Economics, and minoring in African American Studies. He comes from Newark, New Jersey, where he cultivated his aspiration to become a public servant. Outside of COI, Cyrus participates in the ROTC program on Georgetown campus, and hopes to serve active-duty in the army after graduation. A fun fact about Cyrus is that he is a gamer, and his room is filled with the latest consoles of each large gaming company in the market. Cyrus hopes to use his time as COI Intern as a platform to observe, and help social justice causes, both on and off campus.

Theron Pickett
Theron Pickett (abroad Spring 2020)

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Theron is originally from Atlanta, Georgia. She is a junior in the College majoring in Government with a potential minor in Sociology. In the future, she wants to attend law school and is particularly interested in addressing topics such as mass incarceration and prison reform. Theron is a certified foodie who loves to find new restaurants in DC and also enjoys cooking at home.

Matthew Thomas
Matthew Thomas

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Matthew Thomas is a sophmore at Georgetown College, double majoring in Government and Women’s and Gender Studies with a Minor in Sociology. Matthew’s hometown is Sacramento, CA. When he’s not doing hot yoga or trying out new food around DC, Matthew writes blogs for The Hoya’s 4E and tutors for DC Reads. This will be Matthew’s second year with the Center for Social Justice serving on our Center Operations Intern team.