Olivia Zink is the Grassroots Engagement Coordinator for the Governing Under the Influence project at AFSC’s Concord, NH office. Olivia has been a community organizer in New Hampshire for the last fourteen years. In that time she was worked on a broad range of campaigns for economic and social justice working with groups including the Coalition for Open Democracy, New Hampshire Citizens Alliance, National Committee to Preserve Social Security & Medicare and the Priorities NH Campaign. Olivia spent a year in Bolivia working with the Democracy Center. In 2008, she was named one of New Hampshire’s “40 under 40,” by the NH Union Leader. She is a graduate of the University of New Hampshire with a degree in Political Science and a minor in Sustainable Living, and a graduate of Southern New Hampshire University with a master’s degree in Community Economic Development.