Name: Ileana Naranjo
Date registered: 27 March, 2017
Ileana Naranjo is a graduate student at the University of Southern California School of Social Work, with a concentration in Community Organization, Planning and Administration. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Religious Studies from Humboldt State University where she gained hands-on experience participating in workshops with the Muslim, Universal Sufism and Tibetan Buddhism communities in California. The religious intolerance in the United States is what initiated her advocacy efforts for social justice. Ileana grew up in South Los Angeles where she worked with the Los Angeles Unified School District, AmeriCorps, and the Delinquent or At-Risk Youth Program. Her personal background and field experience in youth education have influenced her passion in advocating on issues that affect vulnerable populations. Her blog topics will address social issues affecting youth, and urban education in low-income areas.
- Improving Student Behavior Through Engagement — 4 April, 2017
- Breaking the Bonds: Moving Away from Zero-Tolerance Policies — 27 March, 2017