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Users with a Job Title of Executive Administrative Associate

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Keslie
MCN

Keslie Box is the Executive Administrative Associate at MCN. Originally from New Braunfels, Texas, she graduated from the University of Texas at Austin in 2010 with a BA in Anthropology and a heavy focus in social justice and Latin American Studies. During her time at the university, she spent a semester abroad at the Universidad Veracruzana in Xalapa, Veracruz and later taught English in Sahauyo, Michoacán, Mexico.

For the past two years, she worked in New Orleans for an international anti-poverty organization, All Together in Dignity Fourth World Movement. As a Program Director, she coordinated several programs rooted in education, artistic expression, environmental and racial justice, and community participation. She worked extensively with children, young people, and community members to create and maintain community gardening spaces and ground-to-table cooking and healthy living alternatives. Currently she is attending herbal medicine school in Austin and is very committed to holistic health, social and environmental justice, and alternative education.

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Elyce
TX

Elyce Harris is the Executive Administrative Associate at MCN. She is a native Texan, hailing from San Antonio, but her family is military so she traveled a lot as a child. After high school Elyce lived in Mexico City for two years working with a church on a variety of issues including advocating for indigenous population rights, leading eco-tours, and teaching English. When she returned from Mexico she went to community college and received her Associate of Arts in Business Administration. In 2005, Elyce started at Texas Tech University and graduated in 2009 with Bachelors of Arts in both Global Affairs and Spanish. During her time in college she studied abroad in Sevilla, Spain and Lyon, France. In both of these countries she did more advocacy work for victims of human trafficking, refugees, and handicap rights, as well as disaster relief projects. In May of 2010 she moved to Austin, Texas to work for the Refugee Services of Texas, where she worked as a case manager for refugees and victims of human trafficking. In this capacity she provided direct care services to these groups and worked with lawyers, doctors, Medicaid/Medicare, grants, and many more programs and organizations on a daily basis.

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