Paige Hildebrand is a recent graduate of the University of Mary Washington where she studied history and museum studies. Her start in non-profit work began at the university, when she joined an international organization called Students Helping Honduras. Since joining the organization in the spring of 2017 she has traveled down to Honduras twice, worked as treasurer, and organized a 5K to raise funds for the school the UMW chapter of Students Helping Honduras was working on. In her free time she enjoys reading and writing, playing soccer, as well as catching up on her favorite TV shows.
Patrick Cottrell is a senior at James Madison University studying business management with a minor in nonprofit studies. He is from Keswick, Virginia and started nonprofit work through volunteering with the Emergency Food Network in Charlottesville, Virginia. Through his work organizing food drives for the EFN, Patrick found a real passion in the nonprofit sector. During the winter months, Patrick is a snowboard instructor at Massanutten resort, and enjoys hiking and spending time with his family in his free time.
Campbell Farina is a fourth-year at the University of Virginia double-majoring in public policy and leadership and Spanish. Her passion for nonprofit work began with Madison House at UVA. At Madison House, she served as a volunteer with Iglesia Rios de Agua Viva assisting local Latinx and migrant youth with English and study skills and also volunteered at Charlottesville elementary schools with the Cavs in the Classroom program. In her free time Campbell enjoys hiking, spending time with friends, and watching UVA basketball.