Veronika Geronimo

Veronika Geronimo began her work for social justice in 2001, alongside diverse immigrant students fighting for equal access to education. From that moment on, she has been committed to supporting grassroots and community-based movements for policy change. Prior to joining FFF, Veronika founded Revolution English and Noticias para Inmigrantes, two non-profit media properties with a combined subscriber base of three million immigrants across social media, which mobilized an estimated 20,000 immigrants to vote in the 2020 elections. Veronika has held leadership positions with the Hawaii State Coalition Against Domestic Violence, California Immigrant Policy Center, PALS for Health, and Asian Americans Advancing Justice.


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