Prior to joining Hoppin Grinsell as an Analyst, Penelope graduated cum laude from the New York University Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development, earning a B.S. in Media, Culture, and Communication (concentrating in Political Rhetoric and Media Technologies) as well as minors in Law and Society, Economics, and Business of Entertainment, Media and Technology from NYU Stern School of Business.

While at NYU, Penelope interned for Judge Jennifer E. Willis of the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York through the Sonia & Celina Sotomayor Judicial Internship Program. She also worked as a Dispute Resolution & Litigation Intern at King & Wood Mallesons LLP, where she worked on a variety of international commercial disputes. In her academic work, Penelope researched and generated responses to domestic violence happening to undocumented immigrants, created first-hand digital campaigns against the pollution at Gowanus Canal, and wrote about food ethics and food security.

In addition to her work at Hoppin Grinsell, Penelope is a volunteer at the New York Immigration Coalition.


B.S. with honors, New York University

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