Chace Pulley joined Tahirih in 2021. As National Pro Se Toolkit Coordinator, Chace will help design resources that offer information surrounding immigration eligibility requirements for survivors and provide answers to immigration questions. Prior to joining Tahirih, Chace was a student at Haverford College where she was editor in chief of The Clerk, Haverford’s student newspaper, and worked as a Research Assistant for Professor Anita Isaacs where she assisted in compiling the oral histories of Mexican returnees. Chace graduated from Haverford magna cum laude with honors in Political Science and as a member of Phi Beta Kappa. She also won the James Bready 1939 Prize for Journalistic Writing at Haverford in both 2020 and 2021. Chace grew up in Tokyo, Japan before moving to California for high school. At Haverford, she studied abroad in Wellington, New Zealand where she researched indigenous rights.
“I am inspired by Tahirih’s vision to offer life-changing support through both direct services and policy advocacy to unbelievably brave immigrant women and girls.”
Education: Haverford College, BA
Hometown: Hillsborough, California