She’s not really obsessed, but she might be.
Olivia Bee, a senior at George Washington University in Washington, D.C. spent her winter break in the Holy Land. It was her third visit. The previous trips occurred while in Jordan during a semester abroad. She was there to learn Arabic. The trip was funded by the Elliott School of International Affairs Undergraduate Scholars Program.
After graduation, Olivia plans to volunteer some of her time giving talks for the FFHL, which works to safeguard the Christian Presence in the Holy Land. “I was honored when they asked me to speak on their behalf,” she said.
This coming May, Olivia plans to help lead a pilgrimage to the Holy Land for her peers at George Washington University Catholic Newman Center. This will mark her fourth trip.
GW Catholics will be traveling with the Franciscan Foundation for the Holy Land.
“One thing about Olivia is that she’s well-connected. She can be a great voice for Christians in the Holy Land,” remarked Chris Weldon, PR associate for the FFHL. “I spoke with her in the planning stages of their pilgrimage and it was quickly evident that she has a passion for the Holy Land and those who live there.”
She said, “I love being able to…”