Isabel Torres, BA, is a Special Assistant at Elevate, working closely with the Executive Director on a range of projects and responsibilities. Isabel provides support for scaling the MOMS Partnership® to new sites, specifically in Washington D.C. and New York City. Isabel earned her undergraduate degree from Williams College in Critical Health Studies, a self-designed interdisciplinary major focused on engaging health and medicine in and through fields such as neuroscience, sociology, and philosophy. She has experience conducting neuroimaging research on complex psychiatric disorders; however, her primary research interests lie in science and technology studies, having completed an ethnographic honors thesis on fMRI and psychoanalysis in that vein. Isabel has previously taught science curriculum in elementary schools, working with peers and community leaders to develop and broaden conversations on context-specific and trauma-informed approaches to education. She is also passionate about reproductive health and justice, serving as a doula in her local community.