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Audrey Herrera

A self-defined maker and glass ceiling breaker, Audrey “burns for” youth advocacy, educational equity, storytelling, and her support system-- compromised of pets, family, friends and mentors. She was born and raised in San Antonio, graduated from the International School of the Americas, and is now attending Trinity University. From serving as Chair of the San Antonio Youth Commission to running a Zine Club at her high school, Audrey tries to put paying it forward at the core of her work. At SA2020, Audrey serves as the Community Impact Assistant.

An overhead of a zine, laid flat.

Whatcha Mean, What’s a Zine?

From school projects, to documenting my favorite song lyrics and book quotes, to writing stories, to grappling with difficult moments, zines are my favorite go-to medium.

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How Paid Internships Changed Everything For Me

In 2010, San Antonians said they wanted a highly qualified and educated workforce and provides economic opportunity for all of its residents. We know that to achieve this it requires a community-wide focus on education, professional certificates, and opportunities like

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