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Luis Paulino

Harvard Graduate School of Education

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Luis Paulino is the son of Dominican immigrants who has been residing in New York City. He is currently the volunteer engagement coordinator at the City University of New York Citizenship Now! There, he oversees an active network of volunteers including program functions, logistics, and activities in support of the organization’s events. Previous to this, he was the volunteer and training coordinator with Citizenship Now!’s national initiative, where he ensured the transfer of systems, policies, and procedures to new offices in Arizona, Colorado, and Nevada in areas with a scarcity of free legal assistance and the Ventanilla in the Consulate of Mexico in New York City. Luis has also served as the legal assistant at the CUNY Citizenship Now! centers throughout the five boroughs in New York City. He graduated among the top five students of his class, receiving from ovation from former First Lady Michelle Obama during The City College of the City University of New York’s (CUNY) commencement, with a bachelor’s in political science and a minor in theater. Luis was admitted to the Master of Education program in Education Leadership, Organizations, and Entrepreneurship (ELOE) at the Harvard Graduate School of Education.

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