Holly Laurenzio (BGInS ’19) Monitoring and Evaluation Advisor, EQWIP Hubs
After graduating, Holly was hired by Canada World Youth in Ottawa to support their Indigenous Youth Internship programming. Most recently, Holly worked as a Monitoring and Evaluation Advisor in La Paz, Bolivia with the EQWIP HUBs project working on youth employment and entrepreneurship initiatives. Holly served on many executive boards at Carleton including her roles as Community Service director for the Golden Key International Honour Society and Events Coordinator for the international development club, Insight@CU. During her undergraduate degree, Holly worked for Cuso International on a Peruvian urban agriculture research project. This research inspired her to write an Honours Research Essay on the social impact of global agricultural trade. Holly later accepted a work placement with a women’s empowerment and community development NGO in Lima, Peru.
Kayley Lenders (BGInS ’19) University Outreach Lead for Insight Global Education and Policy Analyst at Health Canada
Kayley is the University Outreach Lead for Insight Global Education which takes her to campuses across North America to speak with students about Insight’s experiential education programs. As a Policy Analyst with Health Canada, Kayley’s expertise lies in engagement with health stakeholders across Canada to inform and develop innovative health products and food policy. Kayley fulfilled her International Experience Requirement (IER) working as an intern for the Uganda Law Society in Kampala, Uganda, while also studying at Makerere University. She improved the capacity of local lawyers by delivering human rights education workshops for inmates of Luzira Prison in Kampala. During her degree, Kayley also co-founded Insight@CU, a new club focused on international development and the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals. Kayley will soon be taking on a new role with Insight in Thailand this Spring.