The Victim Advocate

The Victim Advocate


Grace Woehrle

Grace Woehrle

Major: Communications Studies
Hometown: Wyncote, Pa
"I chose the Women’s Resource Center to complete my internship because I believe the programs and events that the center has are so beneficial to Bloomsburg’s diverse student body. I love the work the Center does to empower women, bring awareness to important issues, and advocate for."
Dream Job: “I would love to have a career in a nonprofit that helps survivors of Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence or a nonprofit that deals with children.”
Fun Fact: I am a huge fan of Villanova Basketball.

Maggie Fenstermaker

Maggie Fenstermaker

Major: Anthropology with a concentration in Applied and a Minor in Dance and Geography
Hometown: Allentown, PA
"As an Anthropologist, it is important to not only understand others but to advocate for them. Working for the center gives me the on hands experience to do just that. The center is such a welcoming safe space for all different groups of people, wanting to work here was a “no brainer”!"
Dream Job: "I would to find myself working as an environmental education and outreach specialist focusing on the topics of wildlife management, food systems, and water resources for school systems and towns."
Fun Fact: I am a huge Disney fan and can quote the whole movie of Monsters Inc. word for word.

Jennifer Mastrangelo

Jennifer Mastrangelo

Major: Interpersonal Communication Studies and a Minor in Anthropology.
Hometown: Oakland, NJ
"I am working for the Women’s Resource Center because I want to be more involved when it comes to helping my fellow women on campus. There are so many great resources that have developed over the years, but we can never have too much help. The more women support each other the further we can go."
Dream Job: "I would love to run a counseling center and provide counseling services as a career."
Fun Fact: I’ve donated my hair to Locks of Love three different times.