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Field Director

Forward Together
1440 Broadway Suite 301
Oakland , California 94612
United States

Company Description: Forward Together leads grassroots actions and trains community leaders to transform policy and culture in ways that support individuals, families, and communities...   more
Background

Employment History

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Education

  • BA , Sociology
    University of New Mexico
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Forward Together » Staff
forwardtogether.org, 22 June 2015 [cached]
Adriann Barboa
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Adriann Barboa,New Mexico Field Director, New Mexico adriann@forwardtogether.org Adriann Barboa is a Chicana, Native New Mexican born and raised in Albuquerque, where she is a single mother of two. In 2012, Forward Together launched the Strong Families New Mexico state based action site with Adriann as Field Director. As Field Director for Strong Families New Mexico, Adriann connects across issue areas, geography and difference to advance the work and leverage capacity for a strong network in New Mexico and in connection to the Strong Families national movement work led by Forward Together. Adriann brings 10 plus years experience in the social justice sector, working primarily on issues of gender, reproductive, anti-violence, education and youth justice in communities of color.
For immediate release Contact: ...
icah.org, 7 May 2013 [cached]
For immediate release Contact: Adriann Barboa
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The Pregnant and Parenting Student Access to Education Act of 2013 (PPSAE) clarifies that when young people become parents, we must ensure that their access to education remains steady," says Adriann Barboa, Strong Families New Mexico Field Director, and former young parent.
"Right now is the time we ...
krqe.com, 1 Oct 2014 [cached]
"Right now is the time we community to be strong, we need the city to be ready to fund this reform and we need to make sure that we're really counting and bench-marking, monitoring this process for the long haul," said Strong Families' Adriann Barboa, an APD Forward member.
Blog | Third Wave Foundation
www.thirdwavefoundation.org [cached]
Media Literacy Project and Young Women United (two of our fabulous grant partners) teamed up to create a video of YWU Executive Director Adriann Barboa's insights about the 2011 RJ Network convening and about Reproductive Justice work in New Mexico. Take a look at this beautiful, informative video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=VPN7okzqvnU&noredirect=1 ...
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(Video by Strong Families, a project of Asian Communities for Reproductive Justice and in collaboration with reproductive justice organizations around the US) Today at The Frisky, Adriann Barboa (director of Young Women United) offers a smart take on how we can support young parents in our communities:
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Gabrielle Gifford's town hall in Arizona, YWU's director Adriann Barboa shares a powerful remembrance and vision for "an America to be as good as these women needed it to be:"
Steering Committee - National Organizers Alliance
noacentral.org, 1 June 2010 [cached]
Adriann Barboa is a native New Mexican, born and raised in Albuquerque. She is a single mom with two kids, and is the Director of Young Women United (YWU). YWU is a social justice organization focused on changing the relations of power in Albuquerque by amplifying the voice and needs of young women of color. Adriann brings skills in fundraising, administration and organizing. Previously she worked in the youth development field as a Case Manager for Juvenile Community Corrections at Youth Development Inc. She has also worked at a transitional living center for homeless youth. Adriann holds a BA in Sociology from the University of New Mexico. Adriann is the Chair of NOA's Steering Committee.
Attica Scott is Coordinator of Kentucky Jobs With Justice and Adjunct Faculty at Bellarmine University. She provides leadership to a number of non-profit Boards including NOA, Hispanic-Latino Coalition and the Center for Labor Education and Research at the University of Kentucky. Attica holds an undergraduate degree in Political Science from historically Black Knoxville College and a graduate degree in Communications from the University of Tennessee. She is a certified anti-racism trainer through Crossroads Ministry and the Commission on Religion in Appalachia and is the mother of Advocate and Ashanti.
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