Christina Chabali, Administrative Support
Christina Chabali is excited to be part of the Secretariat of Cultural Diversity in the Church at USCCB. A native of Dayton, Ohio, she has lived in Washington, D.C. for the past year and has experience interning and working at The Alliance to End Hunger and The International Republican Institute. The daughter of a Cuban refugee, Christina is grateful to have been raised bilingual, and as a result, has developed a love for the Spanish language and cultures in which it is spoken. Christina is a graduate of the University of Dayton, a Catholic, Marianist institution, which provided her with opportunities to study and volunteer in Spain, Guatemala, Belize, and Mexico. Through these experiences and her many experiences in faith communities at UD, specifically becoming a Lay Marianist, Christina realized her passion for Hispanic ministry, and is looking forward to learning more about diversity within the Church.
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Rose Urankar, Summer Intern
Rose Urankar is as rising senior at the University of Notre Dame. She was born and raised in Cleveland, Ohio, living four houses away from Lake Erie with her mother, father, and sister. At Notre Dame, she is double majoring in Theology and American Studies which allow her to study the intersection of religion and place, including social class, poverty, history, and immigration. Aside from academics, she is a member of the Notre Dame Folk Choir, a thespian in their student-produced musical theater company, and a frequent volunteer at the St. Peter Claver Catholic Worker.
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