Name: Corie Gonzalez
Location: Gilbert, AZ
Position: Journalist

Fundraising Goal: $500

How did you get interested in global issues?
As I’ve become older, I have become more aware as to what happens in the world; through college courses, news, word of mouth and social media.

Why are you volunteering your time to serve the world’s poor?
My Mexican and Dominican heritage are two of the things I am most proud of. I have a deep love for my culture and my people; I also have a deep understanding and sympathy for their living conditions in both areas. I see personal family affected by it as well as the natives who are strangers to me. I feel for them and feel lucky to have the opportunity and position to speak for them and have their stories and lives be heard.

 

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