Communications Coordinator

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Michael Collado is the Communications Coordinator at Youth M.O.V.E. National. He is a graduate of Florida International University, located in Miami, Florida, with a Bachelor of Science in Journalism and Mass Communication.
 
Michael first joined the Youth M.O.V.E. family as an intern for Youth M.O.V.E. Miami in March 2014. During his time there he has designed promotional material, produced outreach videos, run social media stigma reduction campaigns, and has led workshops for youth on using multimedia as a means of advocacy.
 
He hopes his background and, admittedly, tech-inclined approach brings a certain value in social marketing TA, and is excited to continue his efforts at a larger scale.
 
Contact Michael at mcollado@youthmovenational.org 
 
1-800-580-6199 Ext 106

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We stand with LGBTQI2-S people against violence and hate—always. #LoveIsLove #OrlandoUnitedDay
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Our Board of Directors is recruiting a qualified Treasurer to provide oversight of the organization’s finances! https://t.co/OguNky3WTm
Our Board of Directors is recruiting a qualified Treasurer to provide meaningful oversight of the organization’s finances and bring a financial lens to strategic planning and decision making! Apply here: http://youthmovenational.org/ymn-board-treasurer.html
YMN Board of Directors is recruiting a qualified Treasurer to provide meaningful oversight of the organization’s finances, and bring a financial lens to strategic planning and decision making.
Yesterday, we (including Family-Run Executive Director Leadership Association) asked the audience at the Building Systems of Care meeting to text in the first word that comes to mind when they think about youth and family engagement and this was the result! ✨
We LOVED the Building Systems of Care meeting participants' responses when asked about youth and family voice. ✨ https://t.co/PYu3tsWRdu
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