Meet the PYC Staff
Parents and Youth for Change is able to strengthen the voices of Burlington and Winooski community members with the help of these dedicated staff members.
Olga Coralí (Cotrina Ling) Bisbee
Olga grew up in Lima, Perú and moved to the USA over 19 years. Her love for languages and cultures encouraged her to study Chinese, Italian, Portuguese, English, French and Quechua (Peruvian Native Language). She is driven by collective action that gives emphasis to social service, diversity, inclusion, educational equity, peace-building and sustainability. Coralí holds a M.A. in Sustainable Development from SIT. She has worked as a Diversity Outreach Specialist, advocate, interpreter, and liaison, as well as an organizer. She has also worked with cocoa and coffee farmers in agro-cooperatives in the Peruvian Rainforest. She loves to spend time with friends & family. She enjoys the ocean, traveling, dancing, listening to music, swimming, running, skiing, and practicing yoga and meditation.
Christine Kemp Longmore
A lifelong resident of Burlington, VT, and product of the Burlington schools, Christine joined the Community Justice Center in Burlington Vermont when the Offender Reentry Program was being established in 2005. Her professional and community service includes accomplishments in restorative reentry, racial justice, and law enforcement accountability.
Born in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Fabiola moved to America in 2004 and has been a Vermont resident for nearly 10 years. A graduate from Burlington High School, she joined PYC during her junior year as a youth organizer and has been involved with the work since. Fabiola has also been involved with Restorative Justice work when she served on the youth panel at the Burlington Community Justice Center. Other youth-led work she has contributed to includes the award winning Diversity Rocks Youth Group. Outside of work she enjoys reading, singing, theatre, and poetry.
Now in his fifth year with PYC, Infinite also enjoys his role as a collaborator on multiple community projects in the City of Burlington where he has resided for decades. In addition to the many hats that Infinite has worn throughout his life as a Vermonter – including writer, old-school deejay, facilitator and collagist, Infinite became a new father in February of 2018.