The Role of New Americans in Upcoming Elections
This month’s thought leader piece is written by Angie Chermanz Monroy. Angie is a native of Bogota, Colombia and moved to the U.S. at the age of 13. After becoming a naturalized citizen, she went on to pursue a B.A. in International Studies and German Studies from Emory University in Atlanta. During this time, Angie gained invaluable experiences pertinent to immigration policy and voter engagement through internships with organizations like the International Rescue Committee and the Georgia Association for Latino ... Read more >
Our Work During COVID-19
Our theory of change, the New Americans Pathway is designed to help refugees and immigrants walk down a path to success and service. Each program at New American Pathways contributes to the pathway, and our work doesn’t stop or slow down during a global health crisis like COVID-19. While this situation was unexpected and has been challenging on many different levels, we have adapted to this shift throughout our programs and want to answer some questions we’ve gotten from supporters.
How ... Read more >