As a woman of color in the philanthropic sector, Leticia Peguero is a rare leader. Her work in social justice requires her to talk race, equality, and gender all day long, which is exactly what she wants to be doing.
Leticia is a native Nuyoriqueña (borrowed from La Bruja), and the conversation tracks her path from dancer to executive director of the Andrus Family Fund. She shares insight about the philanthropic sector, her Afro-Caribbean identity and the future of work.
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