The Fund for Global Human Rights, Washington, D.C., and London, U.K.: Provides grants to over 250 groups in more than 20 countries. Many of these organizations are working to end violence and discrimination against marginalized groups, particularly women, children, LGBTI people, and migrants.
Venezuela's Voice in Oregon, Portland, OR: A volunteer-run 501(c)3 that collectively raises awareness about Venezuela. They focus their efforts on three core areas: Venezuelan Culture, Humanitarian Aid, and Education.
American Jewish World Service (AJWS), New York, NY: Full-time contract position. The first and only Jewish organization dedicated solely to ending poverty and promoting human rights in the developing world.
Inter-American Development Bank, Washington, D.C.: The largest source of development financing for Latin America and the Caribbean. Established in 1959, the IDB supports Latin American and Caribbean economic development, social development and regional integration by lending to governments and government agencies, including State corporations.
MIT D-Lab Practical Impact Alliance, Cambridge, MA: The PIA “harvests the power of collaborative learning and action to increase, accelerate, and sustain impact on global poverty.” It is “a membership organization of leaders from diverse organizations with aligned missions who learn, collaborate, and develop best practices together.”
Buen Provecho, Portland, OR: My personal social impact design project aimed at driving visibility and increasing patronage of the POC and Latinx-owned businesses associated with the Portland Mercado.
The Portland Mercado, Portland, OR: A grassroots community economic development project of Hacienda CDC, passionately working together to develop the first of its kind in Portland, a Latino-themed public market.
Easterseals Oregon Connecting Communities program, Oregon: Provides services to ensure adults with physical, medical, or emotional limitations find and retain employment. The Connecting Communities program works with persons who do not speak English as their first language, with an emphasis on the Latinx community.
Akili Dada, Nairobi, Kenya / San Francisco, CA: A leadership incubator investing in high-achieving young African women from underprivileged backgrounds who are passionate about social change.
Oregon Center for Nursing, Portland, OR: Facilitates research and collaboration for Oregon’s nursing workforce to support informed, well-prepared, diverse and exceptional nursing professionals. See the designed publication “Shortage or Maldistribution” on their website.
Oregon Medical Board, Portland, OR: Protects the health, safety, and wellbeing of Oregon citizens by regulating the practice of medicine in a manner that promotes access to quality care.
UCSF Medical Center, Center for Reproductive Health, San Francisco, CA: Worked with a USCF Family Planning Fellow on survey and ad designs for women considering or undergoing bariatric surgery.
Oregon Community Health Workers Association (ORCHWA), Portland, OR: Founded in 2011, ORCHWA advocates for non-traditional health workers (peer support specialists, doulas, midwives, community health workers) to work in clinical and community health settings.
Audigy, Vancouver, WA: Helps private practice audiologists and hearing professionals excel in their businesses while allowing them to grow as leaders. Empowers and inspire teams through superior tools and training (text from website).