Bridget Lozier

Bridget was born in Bethlehem, PA. She attended Neumann University and studied Social Work. Bridget will be serving as a low-income case manager at Help of Ojai in Ventura, California. She chose to be an Augustinian Volunteer because she wanted to use her degree and gain experience in her field while having the opportunity to help others. She is looking forward to living in a new city and getting to explore and experience new things, while doing His work to help others.

Commitment statement:

I, Bridget Lozier, commit myself to be an Augustinian Volunteer and to helping others to the best of my ability and having an open mind and heart within in my community.

Share one of your favorite quotes.

Nie Moj Cyrk, Nie Moje Malpy (not my circus, not my monkeys). – Polish Proverb

How did you develop a passion for service?

I’ve always wanted to help people. Pretty cliche. As a kid my family and I always volunteered at different soup kitchens and other volunteer programs. When I went to college, I decided to get my Bachelor’s in Social Work to continue being able to help those who were less fortunate than I was. I’ve just always known inside that I wouldn’t feel fulfilled in life unless I was serving others.

Name one of your favorite musical artists.

Billy Joel is one of my all-time favorites.

What’s a favorite book of yours or a recent book you’ve read?

Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen

Share an issue you’re passionate about and explain why.

I’m very passionate about Military Veteran issues. They are the population I want to serve. I took a real interest in all of my mental health classes in college and I have family friend’s who are veterans which got me into thinking about that particular population.

Best moment as an AV to date?

Making homemade banana ice cream with my roommate Keri, it was a fiasco.

What do you like most about living in your new city so far?

Being less than 5 minutes from the beach. I’m a beach bum. And also having the cutest dog living next door.

One word that describes your community-living experience is…

Comfortable. We’re all very comfortable with each other and enjoy having our community meetings and prayer time.

About Bridget