The KI is grateful to have Sophie Bauerschmidt Sweeney and Angie Valenzuela serving as the ILP coordinators for our Worker Organizing Project! They have been working closely with an amazing community partner, Many Languages One Voice to support immigrant worker organizing in the District of Columbia.
The KI is delighted to have Carolyn Vilter, Laura Padilla, and Mizraim Belman Guerrero serving as our ILP coordinators for the Limited Purpose Driver’s License Project. This year, they have partnered with the Central American Resource Center (CARECEN) to make driver’s licenses more accessible to the immigrant population in the District of Columbia.
The Kalmanovitz Initiative is excited to have Chris Wager, Aicha Diallo, Ashley Valenzuela, Nicole Berroa, and Pam Escalante as our ILP coordinators for our Worker Organizing Project! They have been working closely with amazing community partners on this project, including the DC Employment Justice Center and Many Languages One Voice.
Pam Escalante (SFS ’17) has worked as a DC Reads tutor through the CSJ, served on the steering committee for the Student Farmworker Alliance, organized with DC Fair Food, and advocated for students and workers on Georgetown’s campus as part of the Georgetown Solidarity Committee. This summer she’ll be a KI Summer Organizing Intern with Many Languages One Voice.
Nicole Berroa (GU ’18) is from the Bronx, NY, a member of Georgetown University United Feminists, a mentor with GU Language Partners, and committed to actively engaging the immigrant community in Washington, DC.
The Kalmanovitz Initiative is excited to have Laura Padilla, Carolyn Vilter, and Austin Rose as our ILP coordinators for the Limited Purpose Driver’s License Project! They have been working closely with amazing community partners on this project, including Diana Guelespe from the Center for Social Justice, Abel Nuñez from CARECEN, and Arturo Griffiths from Trabajadores Unidos.