Brave Stories From the Community

LEADERSHIP SPOTLIGHT This year's Annual Gala presents Brave Stories, a collection of stories highlighting community leaders who are making a difference in the community. Each week we will feature a new story of community leaders interviewed by Yesenia Ruiz. So grab your cup of coffee and read about the contributions of these outstanding leaders who are cultivating a hopeful future. CIELO Cielo recently graduated from high school, in the fall and plans to attend South Seattle College to study Political Science. Cielo is also a Hispanic Seafair Jr. Ambassador scholarship recipient. My plans for the future are to become a lawyer so that I can help advocate for my community because I'm passionate about helping others and getting involved with lots of organizations.

Brave Stories From the Community

LEADERSHIP SPOTLIGHT This year's Annual Gala presents Brave Stories, a collection of stories highlighting community leaders who are making a difference in the community. Each week we will feature a new story of community leaders interviewed by Yesenia Ruiz. So grab your cup of coffee and read about the contributions of these outstanding leaders who are cultivating a hopeful future. Peter Peter Barrios is a Candidate in the Masters of Public Administration program at the University of Washington and an Alianza Fellow who now serves on the Latino Community Fund Board of Directors. 

Brave Stories From the Community

This year's Annual Gala presents Brave Stories, a collection of stories highlighting community leaders who are making a difference in the community. Each week we will feature a new story of community leaders interviewed by Yesenia Ruiz. So grab your cup of coffee and read about the contributions of these outstanding leaders who are cultivating a hopeful future. Erika Erika Arias is an undergraduate researcher at the University of Washington where she is majoring in International Global Studies and Law. She interned at the Latino Community Fund as an Alianza Youth Fellow where she coordinated leaders in King County to work on building policy actions on housing for the Latino community in Seattle. Erika is continuing to pursue her passions in research, she currently interns with the Comisión Nacional Para El Dessarrollo De Los Pueblos Indígenas where she is working with small businesses of indigenous origin in México.  WANT TO BE THE CHANGE IN YOUR COMMUNITY? ATTEND THE ANNUAL GALA AND TOGETHER WE CAN BUILD A STRONG VIBRANT COMMUNITY FOR LATINO FAMILIES. RSVP TODAY!

Brave Stories From the Community

Leadership Spotlight This year's Annual Gala presents Brave Stories, a collection of stories highlighting community leaders who are making a difference in the community. Each week we will feature a new story of community leaders interviewed by Yesenia Ruiz. So grab your cup of coffee and read about the contributions of these outstanding leaders who are cultivating a hopeful future. Daniela     Daniela Murguia is a student at the University of Washington Bothell where she is double majoring in American and Ethnic Studies and Society Ethics and Human Behavior, with a minor in Diversity Studies, and Education and Society. Daniela has experience co-running and co-leading Undocumented Ally Workshops at various college campuses for students, staff and faculty educators. Daniela has served as a mentor and leader within the Latinx community specifically with Latinx and undocumented youth through different programs. Daniela joined Latino Community Fund as an Alianza Youth Leadership Organizer where she shares her passion for working with students of color on developing leadership skills around organizing, storytelling, and civic engagement. Want to be the change in your community? Attend the Annual Gala and together we can build a strong vibrant community for Latino families. RSVP today! Register Here: https://www.latinocommunityfund.org/gala     
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