AnneMarie Ladlad (she/her/hers) is a Seattle-raised Filipinx American currently struggling toward collective liberation in New York City.
After graduating from Seattle University with a double degree in Strategic Communication and Humanities, and a minor in Entrepreneurship, AnneMarie made the bold decision to live simply in intentional community for a year through the Jesuit Volunteer Corps in Brooklyn, New York.
Since moving to New York, she's been working to learn how to share her strategic communication and interpersonal skills, and digital media expertise to stories of the oppressed, support communities to build deep and meaningful relationships, and promote individual and communal healing.
During the day, she works for the Asian American Legal Defense and Education Fund as a Database and Special Events Assistant. There, she helps to develop messaging to promote AALDEF's work, plan events to garner both support, and maintains the organization's extensive database systems.
At night, you'll find her engaging in self-study by reading revolutionary books (most likely by womxn of color), attempting to cook the way her Pampangan mother cooks, or working on one of her many passion projects (AMGLAD Editing and Formation of a Filipinx American).
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