Community Impact Analyst
Carina Hiscock loves working with data and has a passion for social equity and environmental sustainability. Carina moved from Abilene, Texas to San Antonio to study Art and Environmental Studies at Trinity University.
Since graduating in 2015 she has worked for an arts organization, an environmental advocacy organization, increased access to higher education with AmeriCorps, and supported mentors and mentees at Big Brothers Big Sisters, all while continuing to work as an artist.
Her time working with the Trinity University College Advising Corps at Highlands High School showed her the value of collecting data and using data to create a bigger impact. It also taught her that data represents more than just numbers, it represents people and their complex relationships within their community.
Carina was a Baker Duncan Fine Arts Scholar at Trinity and was awarded the Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship to research Sustainability and Environmental Activism in Australia.
Fun Fact: Carina is currently turning her front and back yard into a vegetable garden/food forest.