Mallory Isburg graduated May 2017 with a B.A. in Anthropology. A once active Native American Cultural Center (NACC) member, Ezra Stiles College FroCo and Office Aide, and a Freshman Scholars at Yale (FSY) participant and counselor, Mallory hopes to facilitate the incredible work of the Chaplains and students for promoting radical hospitality, vibrant religious life, and interfaith dialogue at Yale as the 2017-2018 Woodbridge Fellow. In addition to her desire to share narratives and experience across all races and faiths, Mallory has a strong passion for mentorship and community formation, and will be serving as a Resident Fellow for Benjamin Franklin College from 2017-2018.
Outside of her academic and professional interests, Mallory loves to stay active by hiking, attemping sports, and spending time at the gym. Mallory also loves to read and write poetry, and is a huge believer in the power of chocolate, hugs, and fresh air.