Nora Blumenstein completed a Masters of Social Service at Bryn Mawr College Graduate School of Social Work and Social Research. While earning this degree, her fieldwork experience included work with Women's Campaign International (WCI), an organization that actively supports women's participation in public advocacy, economic market, and political spheres. One of the programs Nora worked to support at WCI is a Global Advocacy and Leadership training for adolescent females in a Philadelphia charter school. Her fieldwork also included counseling and community outreach for Laurel House, a domestic violence program in Norristown, PA. Nora has had experience in program planning, community outreach, counseling, and case management at domestic violence/sexual assault programs in Belize, New Jersey, Massachusetts, and Alaska, where she served for a year as a member of the Jesuit Volunteer Corps. Nora earned a B.A. in Anthropology at the College of the Holy Cross and spent a year studying abroad in Galway, Ireland.
Among other responsibilities, Nora works with the PennCORP pre-orientation program, the West Philadelphia Tutoring Project, Public Interest Career programming, and advises a number of CHAC constituent organizations.