Libby Richmond grew up in St. Louis, Missouri and graduated from Ladue Horton Watkins High School. At Knox College, Libby is a Spanish major with a double minor in political science and chemistry. She is currently working as a Spanish tutor and a Title IX Peer Educator as well as serving as the President of the Knox College Panhellenic Council, which presides over all four sororities on campus. She has held an internship in Galesburg for Knox County Public Housing, one in Atlanta, GA for the Georgia Association of Latino Elected Officials, and two internships abroad for the Foundation for Medical Relief of Children in the Dominican Republic and at LifeMonteverde, a sustainable farm in Costa Rica. After graduation, Libby intends to work for a few years before enrolling in a graduate program in Public Administration or Community Development.
Areas of interest: Human rights, social justice, access to housing and education, food security and justice, public health.