Erin Zehr, a native of Meadville, Pennsylvania, completed her undergraduate degree at Allegheny College with a major in Global Health Studies and a minor in Spanish. During her time in school, Erin served as an intern internationally with Misión Scalabriniana in Ecuador. In this role she created extra-curricular programs for migrant children and assessed immigrant women’s ability to access their rights. She has also volunteered with Student Health Advocates for Refugee Empowerment, in which she assisted refugee families in adapting to a new culture through empowerment and education. In her free time, Erin enjoys cooking, watercolor, hiking, and yoga. Erin is a part of the South Hilltop cohort and serves at Global Links.