About Rachel Kelso
Rachel is a sophomore at Loyola University Chicago and is a double major in Anthropology and International Studies. Rachel went to a Jesuit high school as well, and considers the Jesuits a major contribution in her passion for social justice. Specifically, Rachel is most interested in environmental sustainability, immigration, and poverty/hunger. She’s originally from Indianapolis, IN. She hopes to work as a volunteer coordinator in international nonprofits, and has a particular love for all things Latin America. Rachel is an active member in Loyola’s Community Service and Action Office as a leader of Loyola 4 Chicago and a Hunger Week Team Member. In her free time, Rachel enjoys writing, drinking copious amounts of tea and coffee, and discovering new music.
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