About the Staff

Jason Rojas

Jason Rojas is director of community relations at Trinity College. In this capacity, Jason has drawn on his extensive background in the area of community relations, including his work with the Connecticut Commission on Community Service, where he partnered with nonprofit organizations in the city of Hartford. Jason also serves on the boards of directors for two nonprofit housing development organizations in Hartford. Moreover, he has gained vital community relations experience through his service as an elected official in the town of East Hartford, where he was a member of the board of education and town council. Jason is currently a state representative in the Connecticut General Assembly. As director of community relations at Trinity, he draws from this extensive experience in community relations and works to help strengthen Trinity’s deep and strong connections to the city of Hartford and the surrounding region. Jason earned a bachelor's degree in history from the University of Connecticut and a master’s degree in public policy at Trinity.

Karolina Kwiecinska

A lifelong resident of Hartford, CT, Karolina graduated from Trinity College in 2016 with a B.A. in Women, Gender, and Sexuality. During her time at Trinity, Karolina worked in the Alumni Relations and Communications offices. She also studied abroad in Trinidad and Tobago, where she interned for the Rape Crisis Society.

After graduation, Karolina moved to the outskirts of downtown Hartford and began working for the House Majority Leader in the Connecticut General Assembly as his Executive Assistant and Legislative Aide. In October of 2017, Karolina returned to Trinity to work as Special Assistant to the President for External Affairs. She is also a member of the Executive Committee in the National Alumni Association of Trinity College.

Karolina enjoys spending time outdoors, and creative writing. She is very excited about the opportunity to serve as a liaison between her hometown community and Trinity College. She looks forward to sharing her ideas and experiences to further the college’s mission and enrolling in the Public Policy Master’s Program in the spring of 2018.