About Hopey Fink
Hopey Fink is a senior at Georgetown University studying anthropology and linguistics. Originally from Valparaiso, Indiana, she has always been interested in social justice and cross-cultural understanding. At Georgetown, she is active in the Interfaith Student Association and has worked as a research assistant at the Berkley Center for Religion, Peace, and World Affairs and the World Faiths Development Dialogue, focusing on West Africa. She is also the chair of the Alternative Breaks Program, an involvement that has allowed her to cultivate a passion for engaging a variety of justice issues over her years at Georgetown. Her interests include children’s rights, indigenous rights, and environmental justice; she loves folk music, tea, board games, biking, and little notebooks. She’s excited for the opportunity to hear and share stories as part of the Ignatian Solidarity Network Media Team!
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