Joy Zavalick

Joy Zavalick is a senior at Grove City College double majoring in political science and Spanish with a minor in philosophy. Joy currently works as a Research Assistant for the Center for Human Dignity at Family Research Council (FRC). Joy spent the summer of 2021 interning with FRC in Washington, D.C., where she worked on policy projects relating to the sanctity of life and defense of human dignity. During the summer of 2020, Joy interned with the Republican Committee of Lancaster County in her hometown of Lancaster, PA, where she had the opportunity to learn about grassroots activism working on local, state, and national Republican campaigns. Joy also worked with the Susan B. Anthony List as a canvasser advocating for the pro-life cause. She currently serves with Concerned Women for America of PA as an issue specialist researching the topic of sexual exploitation.

On campus, Joy is the founder and president of GCC’s Young Women for America chapter. Joy also serves as the secretary and treasurer of the law society and is a member of the Theta Alpha Pi sorority. Joy is passionate about the defense of traditional values and is interested in pursuing a career in policy research.

Watch “The Student Fellows of Faith and Freedom” episode featuring Joy here!

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