Eva Motolinia, Research Assistant
Eva Motolinia graduated from Lewis & Clark College with a degree in International Affairs and a minor in Economics. She received departmental honors for her thesis that detailed how global institutions and trade policy reinforced dollar hegemony. Eva is passionate about research and its impact on policy change. In her four years as a debate coach, she led a team in researching countless debates surrounding economic, gender, and racial inequality. Eva has experience at the grassroots level; at Beyond the Bomb, Eva engaged citizens to fight for denuclearization by highlighting policies that alleviate the harm communities face from nuclear fallout. Additionally, she advocated for sexual health and consent on campus through peer workshops that fostered a preventative culture to combat sexual and gender violence.