Olivia Storz

Programs Intern

United States

Olivia Storz is a Programs Intern and Promundo-US. Olivia brings with her seven years of experience in gender-based violence prevention, education, research, and direct services in comparative settings. As a Peace Corps Volunteer in Amazonas, Peru she implemented healthy sexualities trainings for more than 500 secondary students. She previously worked in intimate partner violence prevention organizations in Buenos Aires, Argentina, and Denver, Colorado. During her undergraduate degree in International Relations and Spanish, she ran more than 200 hours of gender-violence prevention and education trainings and directed a university-wide campaign alongside campus fraternities to address on-campus sexual assault. She also co-founded a University endowment to cover the direct costs of gendered violence for students and staff. She is currently completing an interdisciplinary Master’s degree in Gender, Peace, and Security at the London School of Economics and Political Science with concentrations in sexual and reproductive health programs. She speaks English, Spanish, and beginner Portuguese. She enjoys running, political podcasts, local coffee shops, and (when possible) travel.

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Olivia Storz

Olivia Storz is a Programs Intern and Promundo-US. Olivia brings with her seven years of experience in gender-based violence prevention, education, research, and direct services in comparative settings. As a Peace Corps Volunteer in Amazonas, Peru she implemented healthy sexualities trainings for more than 500 secondary students. She previously worked in intimate partner violence prevention organizations in Buenos Aires, Argentina, and Denver, Colorado. During her undergraduate degree in International Relations and Spanish, she ran more than 200 hours of gender-violence prevention and education trainings and directed a university-wide campaign alongside campus fraternities to address on-campus sexual assault. She also co-founded a University endowment to cover the direct costs of gendered violence for students and staff. She is currently completing an interdisciplinary Master’s degree in Gender, Peace, and Security at the London School of Economics and Political Science with concentrations in sexual and reproductive health programs. She speaks English, Spanish, and beginner Portuguese. She enjoys running, political podcasts, local coffee shops, and (when possible) travel.

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