Morgan Torre (she/her) is the Community Outreach Associate of the Free to be Youth Project at the Urban Justice Center which works to interrupt the cycles of poverty and criminalization that prevent homeless and street-involved LGBTQ+ young people from living fulfilling lives free from discrimination, abuse, and oppression. As a graduate of Villanova University with degrees in Peace & Justice Studies and Gender & Women’s Studies, she is thrilled to bring her passion for social justice to advance the mission of FYP. Morgan brings a multitude of experience to the role including multimedia advocacy, social media, communications and fundraising, as well as other skills. She takes a person-first approach to advocacy and aims to make genuine human connections in the process of amplifying marginalized voices. In her free time she enjoys mental health advocacy, investing in sustainable fashion, and practicing yoga.