Specializes in: Arts, Education, Entertainment, Environment, Graphic Design, Lifestyle, Photography, Science, Technology, Public Policy, Social Welfare, Ethnographic, Visual Anthropology
Corleone has been organizing since 2011. He first started as a member of Khmer Girls in Action as a student at Wilson High School and during that time helped start the Every Student Matters Campaign and Brothers, Sons, Selves Coalition in Long Beach and Los Angeles County.
He helped in the passing of the School Climate Bill of Rights in Los Angeles Unified School District, a historic win for urban schools in California and the passing of the School Board Resolution in Long Beach. He graduated from Long Beach City College with an Associates of Arts in Social Science and is currently completing his Bachelors Degree in International Studies, & Anthropology, at the University of California, Irvine. He has a passion for human rights, policy reform, and society and cultures.
He served as Khmer Girls in Action’s Young Men’s Empowerment Program, Program Coordinator, serving high school male identified youth to help develop their critical and cultural lens and worked to help create strong foundations for young men to reach their full potential and succeed in school and life and has transitioned.
He currently is a Khmer Justice Fellow for KGA and hopes to continue to share his passion for education, art, and social justice through his passion of Film and Cinematography.
Last updated: 10/18/2016 ()