Bizaye started her volunteering experience at 10 years old, tutoring students in her community. Her work only expanded from there. She became more involved in student and child programming in her neighborhood, connecting with families, administrators, and students. Her love for volunteer work and interest in the functions of the education system gave her the knowledge and skills to work for a statewide program through high school. With fellow students and faculty, Bizaye addressed the opportunity gap within the county and the nation. She learned about the education system from the perspectives of teachers, students, county administrators, and city leaders who were all dedicated to solving the problem at hand. In college, she continued her passion with working with young students in the Boston Public School system and applied to be a Democracy Coach with Generation Citizen, teaching students how to be active and vocal citizens. Moreover, upon arriving on campus, Bizaye immediately searched for fellow first-generation college students and has been an active participant in creating and maintaining a Tufts community representative of the needs and support of first-gen students.