Partners

Fall 2009 Community Partners

Voting Rights Advocacy Initiative, Joaquin AvilaSeattle University School of Law

Nancy Carter and Teri Barila, Walla Walla Community Network, Commitment to Community

Bill Erickson and Diana Erickson, Walla Walla High School Latino Club

Rosalinda Mendoza (’06), Washington State Farm Worker Housing Trust, Seattle

Fall 2008 Community Partners

Roger Bairstow, Broetje Orchards

Jennifer Muhm, Washington Health Foundation

Teri Barila, Walla Walla Community Network, Commitment to Community

Devon G Peña, University of Washington Department of Anthropology

Cynthia Selde, Washington State University Learning Center for South Eastern Washington

Ben Secord, Washington Tax Fairness Coalition

Spring 2008 Community Partners

Maria Rodríguez-Salazr, League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC)

Ricardo Rico, League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC)

2006 Community Partners

The State of the State for Washington Latinos: 2006 was produced as a community partnership between the Walla Walla Latino American Community Forum and Whitman College.

The project had support and engagement from the following people and organizations:

Nancy Amidei, The Civic Engagement Project, Seattle

Joaquin AvilaSeattle University School of Law

Roger Bairstow, Broetje Orchards

Melinda Brennan, Early Childhood Education ProgramWalla Walla Community College

Andrea Valencia, Walla Walla Public Schools

Andrew Dankel-Ibañez and Victor Chacón, Walla Walla Community College

Diana Erickson and Cindy Gregoire, Walla Walla Public Schools

Bill Erickson, Walla Walla High School Latino Club

Yolanda Esquivel, Walla Walla Migrant Head Start Program

Barbara Guzzo, Beacon Development Group

Ricardo Iniguez, Wenatchee Public Schools

Suzanne Morrissey, Blue Mountain Heart to Heart

Vance Norsworthy, Walla Walla Juvenile Detention Center

Mario Paredes, CONSEJO

David Pesel, Columbia Legal Services

Cynthia Selde, Walla Walla Latino American Forum

Melinda Townsend, Helpline of Walla Walla

Mary Jo Ybarra-Vega, Quincy Community Health Center