As an Activism Assistant, Trisha builds relationships with communities and activists, providing the support and communication needed for powerful partnerships. In this role, she focuses on protecting property rights, creating economic opportunity through licensing reform and breaking down barriers to starting small businesses, and ensuring educational choice for families.
Trisha received a B.A. in International Relations from American University in 2022 and joined IJ’s activism team as a Maffucci Fellow that year. Previously, she worked at the intersection of art and global affairs as an assistant at the Amy Kaslow Gallery. She grew up in the Seattle area and was involved in local grassroots efforts throughout high school and college.