Julia Fulton is a senior at Hope College and the Development Coordinator at Lighthouse Immigrant Advocates. A double-major in French and Political Science, she stays busy with her work as a part-time Teaching Assistant and a full-time advocate for diversity and inclusion on Hope’s campus. In addition to her academic responsibilities, Julia oversees donor-relations, event-planning, and Education and Advocacy programming at Lighthouse.
Born in Colton, New York, Julia moved to Michigan in the fall of 2015 and has barely stopped moving since. Her travels have taken her to Rennes, France and Washington, DC, where she worked with C.A.I.R. Coalition, a non-profit which provides legal services to detained immigrants in adult and juvenile facilities in Maryland and Virginia. Settled once again in Holland, Julia looks forward to continuing to grow as an advocate through her work at Lighthouse and is excited by the opportunity to work with the Holland community once again. Julia keeps herself pretty busy, but in her spare time you can find her planning the next revolution, quoting The West Wing, and taking an extraordinary number of naps.
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