Yesenia works with the development team to implement all fundraising efforts for Free Press and Free Press Action. She has over 12 years of experience in content management and fundraising. Yesenia comes to Free Press from the Institute for Community Economics. She received her B.S. in business administration from Bernard M. Baruch College. When not raising funds to fight telecom giants, Yesenia’s sharing her love of music, passion for dance and commitment to fitness as a Zumba instructor.
Hurricane Maria destroyed Puerto Rico’s infrastructure, leaving the island without power and phone service, and damaging 95 percent of all cell towers.
I get angry. And then I use the very platform from which I get my news to share these breaking stories on social media.
On June 2, my 29-year-old son Joshua and I attended the 413 Boricuas: Solidarity March Against Police Brutality in Holyoke, Massachusetts.
The ruling reverses the Obama-era FCC's efforts to cap the exorbitant cost of prison-phone calls.
My rights as a woman and a person of color are being threatened daily and if I don't speak up then I’m part of the problem.