Isabella Blackburn

Youth/Young Adult Coordinator

Isabella Blackburn is originally from McEwen, Tennessee, a town right outside of Nashville, but moved to St. Louis in 2018 to attain a bachelor’s in Anthropology and Political Science from Saint Louis University. Isabella began her work with youth teaching English to High School aged children in Haiti through Nashville Cathedral Haiti Mission and continues to be involved with their educational development mission. She has spent the last couple of years working on political campaigns to advocate for education, healthcare, and worker’s rights. She is dedicated to being a voice for others and supporting individuals. Isabella is committed to being a proponent for behavioral health, specifically youth, drawing from personal lived experience. In her free time Isabella enjoys reading, running, and cooking. She is a proud dog mom to a Doodle named Dolly Lou.