As Development Coordinator, Isobel focuses on database management, processing transactions, assisting with CURE Epilepsy Champion events, and more.
Isobel began her nonprofit journey as a Development Intern at Lincoln Park Community Services. From there she served at the Lincoln Park Zoo as a Learning Research Intern, where she realized her interest in making data and information accessible to a wider audience. She then went on to serve as the Development Associate at the GI Research Foundation, where she began more in-depth work with managing a donor database and identifying prospective donors. CURE Epilepsy's unique, passionate devotion to funding and conducting research are what drew her to this organization.
Isobel received her Bachelors of Arts in Political Science with minors in Community Service Studies and Classical Studies from DePaul University in Chicago, IL.