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    • HISPA Role Model PresentationBy Andrea Velasco, MPA
    • Two Truths and a Lie• I am married• I was born in Mexico• I am the only one in my family to graduate college
    • Mi Familia/My Family
    • Elementary – High School Whittier, CA
    • Girls Club Vice President Water-polo #13Student Government Secretary Class of 2002
    • University of California, San Diego 2002 – 2006 Received a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Political Science
    • Washington, DC 2006 - 2010
    • Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute (CHCI) Developing the Next Generation of Latino Leaders United States Capitol BuildingU.S. Vice President Joseph Biden
    • CHCI and Ready to Lead (R2L) R2L Mission: Motivate, Educate, and Empower Latino students to graduate from high school and better prepare for college success.R2L Program Cities:- Los Angeles, CA- Chicago, IL- Dallas, TX- Miami, FL- New York, NY- Phoenix, AZ- San Antonio, TX- Washington, DC CHCI President Esther Aguilera, R2L Spokesperson Wilmer Valderrama, and myself
    • NY/NJ
    • National Urban Fellows (NUF) 2010 - 2011 Received my Master’s in Public Administration (MPA)from the School of Public Affairs at Bernard Baruch College
    • To accomplish great things, we must not only act, but alsodream; not only plan, but also believe. By Anatole FranceThe only place where success comes before work is in thedictionary. By Vidal Sassoon and Donald Kendall
    • Thank you! Questions