GRACE SPECIALIZES IN Community based programming, Graphic Design & Visual Production, Research, and Storytelling


Grace Ming is a graphic designer and artist who works with a range of digital and traditional media. She believes that good, accessible design and thoughtful visuals are key to dignity, visibility, and impact. She is dedicated to elevating marginalized narratives and has worked primarily with non profits and cultural organizations in the past. With a B.A. in Media Arts & Sciences at Wellesley College, she brings a holistic approach to design, drawing from her interests in ethnography, ethnic studies, community advocacy, and branding.


EDGAR SPECIALIZES IN IT services and Web/Software Development


Edgar Morales is a Web and Software Developer, born in Puebla, Mexico but he is currently living in the Bronx, NY. He received a Bachelor's degree in Computer Science from Lehman college, and decided to further his studies and is in the process of obtaining his Master's degree with a focus Web Development. He is both driven, self-motivated, and continually experimenting with new technologies and techniques. He is very passionate about Software and Web Development and strives to better himself and the development community as a whole. He is curious and enjoys works that challenge him to learn something new and stretch in different directions. He strives to stay on top of changes to better meet challenges with tools well suited to the job at hand.He is experienced in both front and back-ended development applying HTML/HTML5, CSS/CSS3, JavaScript, jQuery, and MySQL, to name a few. He is also skilled in many non-web-based languages, including Java, C++, and Python.


MARCELINO SPECIALIZES IN Interpretation and Translation, Bookkeeping, and strategic management


Marcelino Martinez understands the importance of planning to maximize the use of limited resources. As a result, he has had the opportunity to innovate ways in which non-profits take financial decisions to optimize the use of resources. As an immigrant himself, he has been able to translate and interpret for his community in non-profits that empower the immigrant community. His experience in the service industry has made him passionate about working with visionary people. He graduated with a bachelor’s degree in finance from Baruch College from New York. He is currently based in Brooklyn, New York.


diana SPECIALIZES IN Interpretation and Translation, Nonprofit administration, IT services, Facilitation, and outreach


Diana Perez is an immigrant born in Mexico City. A graduate from City College of New York with a Bachelors in Economics and a Minor in Mathematics, Diana has a background in community outreach, translation/interpretation and program assistant. She has been actively involved in diverse social and cultural initiatives with different community based organizations dedicated to protect and expand economic access, educational attainment, political influence, and opportunities for Hispanic communities. She is currently based in New York City and a worker-owner of Radiate Consulting.


JAZMIN SPECIALIZES IN Interpretation and Translation, Community based programming, and Paralegal Services


Jazmin Perez, a community activist, and an Immigration paralegal is a Mexican native who lives in Brooklyn New York. Born in Puebla Mexico, she graduated from Brooklyn College with a Bachelor’s in Health and Nutrition Sciences and an Associates in Community Health. She is also a proud scholarship recipient from the distinguished CUNY Becas scholarship program at The Jaime Lucero Mexican Studies Institute at CUNY. Since the age of 16, Jazmin has volunteered and intern in different organizations such as Atlas DIY, a youth-led organization that advocates for immigrant rights and focuses on youth empowerment. During this time, she was introduced to immigration law as a way to advocate for their community. Jazmin, then, became and continues to work as a paralegal who provides immigration assistance to community members in NYC. Jazmin has also led and organized programs and workshops about mental health, urban gardening, and social issues focused on immigrant youth.