Name: Alexandra Modula
Location: Norfolk, Virginia
Role: Public Relations Intern
Fundraising Goal: $500
How did you get interested in global issues?
After learning about how little is really needed to make a difference and how much is positively affected by contributing to the global issues that The Borgen Project focuses on, I became very interested in the cause.
Why are you volunteering your time to serve the world’s poor?
It’s a rewarding way to enrich myself both professionally as well as personally. I began my volunteer work as a way to keep my resume current since I am a military spouse with two children at home so I am unable to work a traditional schedule. After finding this internship among many, I was immediately drawn in by the humility of the organization’s beginnings and the genuine good feeling I felt after learning more about what the Borgen Project does on their website. It is such a noble cause, I am so proud to be able to say that I am one person who is working to help the world’s poor. It only takes a few people to make a difference and I wanted to become a part of that while also doing everything that I can to turn those “few” into much more.
Any interesting tidbits to share?
I have fraternal twin daughters
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