Celina Kim Chapman (she, her, hers) is a Good Shepherd Volunteer working for Good Shepherd Services Anti-Racism and Equity Branch in New York, New York. She recently graduated from St. John's University in Queens, New York, with a bachelor's degree in English and French with minors in fashion and international studies. Her previous work includes being a university writing tutor and interning at the American School of Paris as an ESL/ELL teacher.
Notes from the Field: I cannot comprehend how in one year I graduated university, lived in three different homes and joined Good Shepherd Volunteers. I can't fathom how that all happened during a pandemic.
Notes from the Field - Good Shepherd Volunteers is one of the many service year programs in the United States that is spiritual-based. In New York City, I am anti-racism and equity fellow, working in the support sector of Good Shepherd Services. Thanks for watching my video about my days.