Georgina Capetillo has ten years of non-profit experience and holds a Master’s degree in International Affairs from The New School. She earned a graduate certificate in International Conflict Resolution from the University of Massachusetts, Boston. Her undergraduate degree is in political science and philosophy from Howard University. Georgina is currently working for the Jewish Community Center of Staten Island as is part of their COVID-19 response team. Her work consists of bilingual outreach, coordinating PPE, and free meal distribution. Georgina managed membership engagement and growth at International Sites of Conscience, a coalition of over 300 museums, memory initiatives, and historical sites that promote transformative justice in civil societies around the globe. Previously, Georgina worked at 360 Campaign Consulting where her work evaluated data and performed outreach to newly registered voters to inform citizens about the democratic process in the United States. Her academic research at The New School centered on democracy and armed forces in Nicaragua, where she lived for 14 years. Both her research and work experience revolve around political education and community engagement in the democratic process. During her work with several civil society organizations, she focused on the relationship between community wellbeing and active citizenry in politics. As an advocate of evidence based practices, her skill set includes data-driven solutions to social participation for collective welfare.