Cori’s time at DCAC began with an internship with both the Treatment and Prevention teams in 2020. They officially joined the Rapid Response Team at DCAC in September of 2021 as a Family Advocate, then in March 2022 moved into a dual-role position of Forensic Interviewer and Family Advocate. Originally from the Midwest, they moved to Colorado in 2016 and graduated with a degree in Psychology from the University of Denver in 2020. During college, they were an active member of the Social Justice LLC on campus, as well as a research assistant in a social detection lab with an emphasis on implications for social inequality and discrimination. Prior to joining DCAC, they had over five years of experience as a professional caregiver working with infants and children across Denver and teaching Spanish to children in Colorado. Cori has spent time as a volunteer at The Gathering Place and the Eating Disorder Foundation, where they connected clients to wellness services within the community. They also taught English and studied Spanish during their time as an Au Pair in Spain in order to better serve the Spanish-speaking population of Denver.