Omar Gallardo, diversity & outreach director, joined LandPaths in 2012 to direct continuing efforts to expand the diversity and relevance of its programs. Omar was raised in Sonoma County and received bachelor's in history from Sonoma State University. While in college and upon graduation, he worked with migrant children in various schools throughout California and during the summers as an outdoor educator and camp principal assistant with the California Mini-Corps Program. He has also worked as a Mental Health Client Specialist with youth and most recently, he was the site coordinator/ lead organizer for a Day Labor Center. Omar is a local Aztec dancer and teacher for Danza Azteca Xantotl in Santa Rosa, California.
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- F04. Open Space for All: Providing Open Space in Underserved Communities
October 08, 2020
11:00 AM - 12:15 PM