Reilly Torres joined El Pomar Foundation as a member of the 2021 Fellowship class. As a 2nd Year Fellow, Reilly works on American Council of Young Political Leaders, Communications, Fellowship Recruiting, Fellowship Strategic Planning, New Fellow Orientation and the Julie Penrose Award. In addition, Reilly supports the High Country and Metro regions.
Reilly grew up in Southeast Denver and graduated from Occidental College in 2019 with a bachelor’s degree in American Studies and Black Studies. During her time at Occidental College, Reilly conducted research in South Africa, served as a research assistant in the History Department, led tours for the Admissions Office and worked as a tutor in the Writing Center. Before joining the Foundation, Reilly worked as a Writing and Speaking Fellow at New York University Shanghai. In her free time, Reilly enjoys cooking, rock climbing, reading and art museums.
Reilly's programs include: American Council of Young Political Leaders, Communications, Fellowship Recruiting, Fellowship Strategic Planning, New Fellow Orientation, Julie Penrose Award, High Country Region and Metro Region.