Paulina Castle comes to Healthier Colorado after years of dedication to fighting for social and economic justice through her volunteer work with a variety of respected non-profit and advocacy groups.
Through her work with the ACLU of Colorado, Paulina was active in efforts to increase voter turnout and served as team captain for ACLU Lobby Day two years in a row. She also participates in other lobbying events during the Colorado legislative session, including Women and Families Wednesdays.
One of Paulina’s favorite summer activities is volunteering for One Colorado at festivals, where she talks about the negative impact of conversion therapy on mental health.
In addition, Paulina was Community Engagement Fellow for Organizing for Action (OFA) during the summer of 2017.
Paulina has lived in Colorado since childhood and ran her own small business in Aurora before making the switch to non-profit work. In her spare time, she likes to read and draw.