"Change takes courage." - AOC
In 2020, I helped create EDIFY, an advocacy initiative conceived by Nicole Johnson, founder of the nonprofit organization M.O.V.E.
The initiative offers a 5 week program that nourishes advocates as they explore their identities and the needs of vulnerable communities. Inspired by the lunch counter sit-ins of the 60s, it utilizes storytelling and presentation as catalysts for change. Participants connect with and edify one another through the EDIFY Justice Advocate App, building communities and courage. I serve as the Director of Curriculum and Presentation Manager, creating workbooks for facilitators and advocates, as well as outreach presentations.
To learn more and to get involved click the link below or feel free to reach out personally to me for more information.
Inspired by the work Immigrant Families Together does on behalf of asylum seeking families, I dedicated my 2020 birthday to raising funds for the organization. I produced a benefit concert, raising over $2,000, and hope to continue advocating for children separated from their families at the southwest US/Mexico border.
¡Hola a todos! I'm passionate about singing in my native tongue, as it connects me with friends and family in Argentina. I believe that diversity, equity, and inclusion for the Latinx theatre community will not be fully realized until a deep catalogue of Spanish language musicals are written/translated, with high caliber productions touring both American continents.
Por esta razón si te gusta una de
mis traducciones originales, te quiero
ofrecer la letra GRATIS.
También me encanta la colaboración así que no dudes en mandarme un mensajito a firstname.lastname@example.org
Nicole Johnson and I share the experiences that sparked the program EDIFY.
Follow Jamie & CJ to get all the wine and spilled tea comedy.
I believes art and advocacy go hand-in-hand.
Follow Jessica for more interviews and stories on dismantling systemic racism.
Taking a look back at my involvement in the new musical "Impossible But True" in a tavern and my feelings of what live theater might look like after COVID19.
Follow Jerome for an inside look into the lives of artists.