LWVSF is proud to welcome our new Program Manager, Nati Oron!
A message for members from Nati follows:
Hello, San Francisco League of Women Voters! As your new Program Manager, I am so excited to become an integral part of your League and help in any way I can. This League does such important work in our community, and it is a privilege to be able to work alongside such knowledgeable League Members to provide these much needed services. As someone completely new to the League of Women Voters, I want to extend an open invitation to all League members. Simply get in touch with me, either through email or phone, and we can plan to meet at the office or for coffee or lunch! I would love to learn from your experience and listen to your suggestions and needs.
A little bit about myself – I graduated from UC Berkeley in 2012 with a B.A. in History and a minor in LGBT Studies. My studies have made me a passionate advocate for gender and racial equality and LGBTQI rights. After graduating, I traveled and volunteered for a year- mostly in India, but also in Nepal and Europe. I love traveling and learning about new cultures.
I find that my experiences abroad have made me appreciate all the wonderful things we have here in the Bay Area. Yes, I am speaking about clean water, operating toilets, and warm showers; but also the less transparent things, such as our right to speak up about the things we care about, our access to education, and our often open discussions around inequalities in our society. Of course, we still have much work ahead of us, but the Bay Area is such a wonderful place to fight for the things we care about. This brings me back to the League, and how excited I am to help spread political awareness and involvement through the organization.
So please, feel free to contact me with any suggestions or questions. I am so excited to learn from and work with all of you.
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