Angie Abigail Lopez
- San Jose ,CA
- [email protected]
Manage a particular site funded by ASES for the Communities Organizing Resources to Advance Learning Program of Catholic Charities of Santa Clara County. Collect data, case management, plan, organize, execute presentations/workshops, provide professional development, fundraise, maintain a budget, & meet deadlines accordingly to meet agency/state regulations, minimal supervision required. Interact with low-income youth, families, and administration upon determining the best interest of clients by building rapport with the community.
Instructed a class of 25 youth ranging from grades K-8 for the Communities Organizing Resources to Advance Learning Program of Catholic Charities of Santa Clara County. Created literacy/enrichment lesson plans, helped disadvantaged youth receive academic help, and proctored activities.
Volunteered for Catholic Charities of Santa Clara County in their Children, Youth, & Family Development Department by providing one-on-one tutoring, enrichment activities, and acting as a support mechanism for the instructor.
Duties included updating client files in regards to immigration matters, receiving United States Citizenship & Immigration Services correspondence (H-1B, I-485, I-765. . .) and processing the paperwork accordingly. Interacting with clients, attorneys, and paralegals. Sitting in during consultations to provide support for attorneys. Organized the office, answered phones, and became the liaison between attorneys, paralegals, and clients.
Founded a student organization for the Department of Justice Studies at San Jose State University. This organization would organize graduations, fund raise, and connect academic students with services they made need.
Reached out to Migrant Education youth and families to link them to possible services that may benefit their child who is at risk of not graduating high school. Interacted with teachers, parents, youth, and families.
Volunteered with The National Honor Society at InnVision Homeless Shelters by sorting donated clothing, providing meals, and interacting with homeless individuals.
Interacted with World War II Veterans & Korean War Veterans, documented their lives into a video, and then submitted it to the Smithsonian & The Library of Congress.
Deep understanding of the theories of communication and persuasion, an ability to lead and participate in the team development of organizational communication strategies, and the practical skills to plan, produce, and evaluate strategic communications programs and campaigns.
Partook in empirical research that addressed relationship between law, justice, and society. Acquired multiple perspectives on systems of inequality and concepts of justice to understand social problems and engage communities to develop grounded and informed solutions.
Detail oriented with strong analytical, organizational, & problem solving abilities
Excellent knowledge of Microsoft Suite
Excellent interpersonal , written, & oral communication skills.
Ability to construct a marketing, communication, & crisis plan.
Good decision maker & ability to manage time, budgets, & resources in order to meet deadlines
Motivated, professional, friendly, & customer-oriented
Develop programs promoting the fulfillment of human rights in the City. The commission studies, reviews, evaluates and makes recommendations to the City Council relative to all matters affecting human rights including discrimination, equal employment opportunity policies and practices.
Providing essential support to educators upon taking on various responsibilities, directly working with low income communities & creating a rapport.
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