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Nicole Castillo

2016 Speaker

NICOLE CASTILLO the co-founder of BeVisible, a career-building and social media platform for Latino Millennials. She is a social entrepreneur and content-producer with a passion for Latinx leadership and empowerment, and has interviewed Latina politicians throughout the U.S., sharing their stories and wisdom with the next generation of Latina leaders. Her articles have been featured in The Huffington Post, LatinasRepresentBoston Latino MagazineProject EnyeLatino RebelsMedium and Latina Lista, and she been interviewed by NPR and Vivala for her insights on politics and feminism. She was recently named by Mitú, as one of 5 Latinos using social media for social good. She has over 8 years’ experience working in the domestic and sexual violence movement, and is deeply committed to gender equity and cultivating the leadership of women of color in their homes, communities, and politics. She serves on the board of directors for Jane Doe Inc., the MA Coalition Against Sexual and Domestic Violence, Exhale, a Pro-Voice Movement, and was a 2016 recipient of Edie Windsor Lesbians Who Tech Coding Scholarship. Castillo earned a graduate certificate in gender, leadership and public policy from the McCormack School, and an MDiv from Harvard Divinity School. @niccastillo1017