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Douglas Democrats Monthly
1758 US-395 N, Suite K, Minden
September 26, 2019
6:30 pm–Doors open
7:00 pm–program begins

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Daysi Rodriguez is from Reno Nevada and earned her Bachelor’s degree in Social Work and minor in addiction treatment from the University of Nevada Reno in 2012.

Bilingual in Spanish/English, bicultural and trauma-informed. Experience in working with trauma survivors, outreach and education, group facilitation, and policy work.

Founder of Latino Coalition of Northern Nevada and a member of various domestic violence task forces/coalitions in the community. She enjoys collaborating with other service providers and her goal is to foster these connections to best serve marginalized groups.

She is passionate about educating herself on topics and social issues affecting Latino individuals/families. She is continuously open to learning and facilitating discussions on these topics in local college campuses, conferences, community events, schools, and churches. Her aim is to inform allies and community members on these issues as well as how to aid in policy change, information sharing, and empowerment for our communities. Daysi believes change happens when we promote positive and solution-focused connections.