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Dare to Run Virtual Women's Leadership Cohort #3
Angie has spent almost two decades working in the Online Fraud and Payments Industry, and currently serves as a Software Product Manager for Mastercard. Past highlights include being part of the team that launched Zelle, and speaking at Industry conferences and customer summits on behalf of Experian. She is looking to combine her professional experience with her passion for Women & Children's Rights, Mental Health Care, and LGBTQ+ Rights through the pursuit of a Master's Degree in Social Justice & Human Rights at ASU. She is a mom to three amazing children, enjoys hiking, camping, kayaking, reading, and roller derby in her free time. She is also a fierce advocate for her family's tamale recipe and the Oxford comma.
Amy Quichiz was born and raised in Queens, New York City, and is a queer first-generation Latina from Colombian and Peruvian parents. She received her bachelor's degree at Syracuse University, studying Women's and Gender Studies and Sociology and is currently finishing her Master's degree at American University studying Ethics, Peace,and Human Rights. Amy has worked for Planned Parenthood affiliates, has interned for Outright International Organization as a United Nations programmer, and has also done international work specifically for immigration, gender violence, and LGBTQ+ issues. As of now she is a Project Manager for Planned Parenthood Global and hopes to run for office someday for her very own district in Jackson Heights, Queens.
Lola Waterman, J.D.
Born in East Lansing, Michigan, and raised in Nigeria, Ms. Waterman migrated back to the United States to attend college. While working as a marketing executive, she volunteered in a shelter for domestically abused women, and while she was there, she got inspired to attend law school. After graduating from New York Law School, she started her own practice and specialized in estate planning and immigration law. She also represented clients in Family, Housing and Criminal Court. Mrs. Waterman currently serves as a Principal Law Clerk to a Supreme Court Justice, and volunteers as a Small Claims Court Arbitrator, and a member of several bar associations. Attorney Waterman is a resident of Bedford Stuyvesant, Brooklyn, and in her spare time, gives back to her community by hosting legal clinics and Know Your Rights seminars.
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