One Aim Welcomes Yolanda Androzzo

We are pleased to announce that Yolanda Androzzo is One Aim’s new Coalition and Programming Director.

Yolanda is a program director and arts-activist who works with marginalized and often unheard communities to amplify their voices for social change.

A native Chicagoan, Yolanda has 20 years of experience teaming up with diverse, socio-economic communities to launch and lead evidence-based violence prevention, juvenile justice reform, and community education programs.

Yolanda’s most notable achievements include building broad support for community-based initiatives. Major projects include:

Partnering with The Los Angeles County Probation Department to help survivors of gun, gang, domestic, and sexual violence to overcome trauma and build resiliency through writing and performance; and Writing and producing The MLK Project: The Fight for Civil Rights, a cross-cultural violence prevention theater production telling the story of Chicago’s Civil Rights Movement.

As Coalition and Programming Director, Yolanda is responsible for the overall leadership of Our One Job Coalition. She will manage the Coalition membership, work with aligned organizations to build partnerships, and grow diverse membership across Illinois to keep our children, families, and communities free from gun violence.

We’re so happy Yolanda is part of our team! Please reach out to her via email ([email protected]) to share your current projects and events.

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