Paige Duskie resides in Huntsville, Alabama. At Florida State University, Paige earned a Bachelor of Science degree in International Affairs and French. She is currently pursuing a Master of Arts degree in Global Governance, Politics, and Security from American University’s School of International Service in Washington, DC. Paige is the Communications and Administrative Manager for HelpAge USA. HelpAge USA advances the well-being and inclusion of older people globally through research, advocacy, and programs. She has two years of experience in working with nonprofit and non-governmental organizations. Paige manages marketing and communications for all projects and campaigns at HelpAge USA. She additionally maintains the organization’s website, manages individual giving, and assists in research efforts. Previously, Paige worked with the Center for Leadership and Social Change at Florida State University. In her role as a Social Change Peer Educator, she facilitated dialogue with students, faculty, and staff on identity, leadership, and service. She interned with La Voix de la Femme Amazighe, an indigenous women’s rights group in Rabat, Morocco. She worked with the organization for three months while authoring a capstone paper focused on the forms of structural violence against indigenous Amazigh women. In this capacity, she was able to put her French language skills to use. The social issues that Paige finds herself drawn to are gender and women’s issues, journalism, and humanitarian relief.