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Amy Olivero ’13 at the Coalition for Hispanic Family Services

Amy Olivero '13, and her boss, Executive Director Denise Rosario, speak about their work together at the Coalition for Hispanic Family Services.

November 25, 2013

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Amy Olivero ’13 at the Coalition for Hispanic Family Services

Amy Olivero ’13 was a Project 55 Fellow at Coalition for Hispanic Family Services, a large child welfare non-profit in Bushwick, Brooklyn. In 2013 we recorded Amy and her boss at Coalition, Executive Director Denise Rosario. Amy’s first experience working with families and underserved youth in NYC continued to inform her work with Health & Human Services (HHS) agencies both domestic and abroad, including her stint as a government consultant in KPMG’s State and Local Government Advisory practice, where she focused on HHS programs. While at KPMG, she served with our Project 55 NYC Fellowship Steering Committee. Amy also on the Board of Princeton AlumniCorps. As of 2020, she is a full-time JD candidate at Georgetown Law School in Washington, D.C.

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