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Colleges and Universities

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  • Queensborough Community College
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  • Skidmore College
  • St. John's
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Fellowship

Alicia Smith serves as our New York Fellow. She is currently pursuing a master’s degree at New York University’s Silver School of Social Work and holds a Bachelor of Science in Social Work from CUNY York College. As a social work major, Alicia is committed to empowering the next generation to become civically engaged. During undergrad, she served as President of the Helping Hands Club, Vice President of the Women’s Society, and Secretary of the Social Work Club. Alicia also organized the first CUNY York College Women’s Leadership Conference. Off-campus, she is involved in her community as a Constituent Liaison for NYS Assemblymember Jaime Williams. As she worked with constituents, state agencies, advocacy organizations, and community groups through Williams' office, Alicia saw an urgent need for more macro-level social workers. As an IGNITE fellow, Alicia hopes to help individuals tap into their hidden potential and become effective change agents. For New York inquiries, contact alicia@ignitenational.org.


Conferences and Training

IGNITE City Hall: New York City

Postponed until further notice | New York City Hall, Manhattan, NY

 

For the current list of conferences and training, visit our Event Calendar


Advocacy

Int. 1536-2019: Reporting on Title IX

Bill Summary: This bill would require the Commission on Gender Equity (CGE) to include information about Title IX compliance in the City and in schools in its annual report, which is due on December 1 each year and also requires CGE to report on its activities over the previous twelve months, goals for the following year, and recommendations to advance gender equity in the City.

Update (August 26, 2019): The bill was sent to the Higher Education Committee and will now require a vote by the committee, followed by the City Council’s final vote at a subsequent Stated Meeting.

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