Pin@y Policy Leaders

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This winter, L.E.A.D. Filipino will be hosting its inaugural Pin@y Policy Leaders Intensive — a ~6 week project-based course designed to educate young Pin@ys, ages 18-25, to be policy advocates in California’s legislative process.   The Intensive will be led by L.E.A.D. Filipino’s Organizers and will offer a tactical and substantive learning experience for tomorrow’s Pin@y thought leaders. 

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Jenna Edra, Angelica Cortez, and Vanessa Carr of L.E.A.D. Filipino meet and talk with Filipino State Assemblyman, Rob Bonta.

Pin@y Policy Leaders will appeal to individuals wishing to touch legislative processes, advocacy and the formation of public policy.

Course Benefits:

  • Serve as an ambassador for the South Bay Filipino American community.  
  • Gain hands-on experience with direct advocacy on public policy concerns.
  • Learn how Filipino Americans have been subjects of disjointed and discriminatory policy — and provide solutions on how to move our community forward. 
  • Bond with other like-minded Pin@ys who seek to raise the profile of Filipin@s in policy and politics.  

For more information, contact Angelica Cortez.

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At a population of 1.5m, Filipinos are the largest Asian American group in CA.  Who’s representing our voice on critical issues impacting California’s communities?
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