Stephanie Martinez

About Stephanie Martinez

Stephanie graduated from the University of Mary Washington in Fredericksburg, Virginia in 2014 with a double major in International Relations and Spanish language and literature. She was a student leader on campus through her position as co-president of the Latino Student Association, a student run club. She promoted diversity and fought against social issues on campus and in the community. She was nominated for outstanding leader during her last year in college and was recognized by the James Farmer Multicultural Center at her university.

Native Instrument Academy Students rehearse for the Norwalk Youth Symphony’s 60th anniversary concert

By |November 19th, 2015|

Yesterday, students from the Native Instrument Academy had its first rehearsal for the Norwalk Youth Symphony’s 60th anniversary concert and alumni reunion. The Norwalk Youth Symphony has invited INTAKE to celebrate with them making this our very first concert featuring the integrated symphony orchestra. INTAKE kids were rehearsing for their big debut this Sunday at […]

The Arts impact on social change and politics

By |June 25th, 2015|

21st Century Art and Politics June 24, 2015
The International Festival of Arts and Ideas launched its program last week in New Haven, Connecticut. The festival is a 15-day long program of performing arts, lectures and discussions that celebrate artists and thinkers from around the world. […]

Intake goes to Yankee Stadium

By |June 24th, 2015|

Yankees vs. Phillies June 23, 2015
Yesterday was an eventful day for INTAKE members. We were fortunate enough to have been given twenty Yankee tickets by Harman Kardon, an audio equipment company headquartered in Stamford, CT. Harman’s professional audio systems amplifies the sound for Yankee Stadium and other venues across the world. We thank them for their generosity and support! […]

INTAKE’S work will be proudly supported by the United States embassy in Nicaragua

By |June 19th, 2015|

Today was a tremendous day for The Sister City Project of Norwalk/Nagarote. The Sister City Project of Norwalk/Nagarote is a partnership between the people of Nagarote, Nicaragua and the Greater Norwalk Area of Connecticut that focuses on sustainable community development and breaking the cycle of poverty for the most disadvantaged children in Nagarote. Today we celebrated with them their completed twenty-nine successful years of partnership!

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