Erin Zehr completed her undergraduate degree at Allegheny College with a major in Global Health Studies and a minor in Spanish. During a study abroad program, Erin served as an intern with Misión Scalabriniana in Ecuador where she created extra-curricular programs for migrant children and assessed immigrant women’s ability to access their rights. As a student at Allegheny she 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 was a part of the South Hilltop cohort and served at Global Links.