About Jacqueline Shrader
A proud native of the Pacific Northwest, Jacqueline now serves as a Jesuit Volunteer in Andahuaylillas, Peru in a Fe y Alegría school. Jacqueline recently graduated from Seattle University with a degree in Theology and Religious Studies. In college, Jacqueline worked with various organizations focusing on gender-based violence, family development, and refugee support. Ignatian Spirituality and the Jesuit ethos have inspired her to seek creative ways of promoting justice both globally and locally.
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