|Job Title:||Administrative Assistant|
|Employer:||Interval House of Ottawa|
|Degree(s):||M.A. Legal Studies|
|Major(s):||Criminology and Criminal Justice, Legal Studies|
|Expertise:||Community Safety/Correctional Services, Public Service|
What makes you a good mentor?
I believe it is a wonderful way to give back to the Carleton community, as I myself benefitted from the Alumni Mentors program. I also enjoy connecting with students, and finding ways to network and support them as they pursue their studies and careers.
About Naomi Brito
Naomi is an MA graduate in Law & Legal Studies at Carleton University. She holds an honours Bachelor of Music History, Theory, & Critical analysis, with double minors in psychology & criminology from Wilfrid Laurier University. Her research interests include Indigenous Peoples, Human trafficking, & the Social determinants of health. Currently, she is working full-time for the Interval House of Ottawa in administrative & policy support, and is actively involved in the community as a volunteer with both Ottawa Victim Services and the Ottawa Coalition to End Human Trafficking.