Paige Remington

"Paige is one of the hardest working and most dedicated students I’ve ever worked with. She is organized, thoughtful and dedicated to doing her part in making our world a little brighter."—Missie Frandsen

The Winter Innovation Summit

Senior Student Fellow

Paige is a Senior Student Fellow at Sorenson Impact, currently overseeing the 2nd annual Student Coalition for Social Impact (SCSI), held at the Winter Innovation Summit. Last year, as a Policy Fellow, Paige co-designed and facilitated the first-ever SCSI and researched maternal and infant healthcare outcomes in order to apply for SIPPRA funding. In addition to her work at Sorenson Impact, Paige was a research intern at the United States Studies Center in Australia, worked as a Career Ambassador on campus, and was a student leader for Engineers Without Borders and the Bennion Center at the University of Utah. Paige is passionate about social policy, human rights advocacy, and public health and hopes to continue combining these sectors throughout her professional career. Paige is a senior at the University of Utah majoring in Health, Society, and Policy and International Studies with minors in both Biomedical Engineering and Sociology.


+ Evidence-Based Research

+ Program Management

+ Event Logistics

Student Coalition for Social Impact


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