Lina graduated with a major in anthropology and for her thesis wrote a critical ethnographic analysis of the mechanisms used by a direct-service nonprofit to establish and maintain relationships with their private donors. While at Haverford, Lina was a Peer Awareness Facilitator, a tutor with the Petey Greene Program, and the co-captain for the Sneetch Ultimate Frisbee team. Through the Haverford House Fellowship, Lina is working in both the General Intake Communications Units at Philadelphia Legal Assistance (PLA) as a paralegal and outreach coordinator. In these positions, Lina will provide legal guidance to PLA’s clients in addition to working with PLA communications staff to expand public awareness of PLA and their services throughout Philly. Lina will also be using her time as a Haverford House Fellow to create an archive of the Haverford House Fellowship based on the experiences of current and past fellows, staff members at partner organizations, Haverford students, and Haverford House neighbors. She hopes that this archive will act as a site of institutional memory for the fellowship and aid in critically assessing the core objectives of the fellowship and if they are being achieved.