Andrea L. Pino-Silva is a digital strategist, author, and policy advocate for sexual violence prevention, gender equality, LGBTQ civil rights, Latinx inclusion, and higher education access. She brings together a passion for grassroots organizing and radical storytelling to build intersectional and accessible social movements. A published author with hands-on experience in education policy, movement building, social media strategy, and digital strategy, Andrea believes in the power of stories to mobilize action and catalyze movements.
Having experience both in front of and behind the camera, Andrea dedicates her expertise to enhancing the portrayal of sexual assault and survivor-hood, as well as LGBTQ identity on the screen.
If you are interested in working with Andrea on your upcoming project please contact Liz DeCesare and Anne Woodward at Authentic Talent and Literary Management: firstname.lastname@example.org
If you are looking to plan an event around Sexual Violence Accountability Month, wish to invite me to your screening of The Hunting Ground, or wish to teach my book, We Believe You: Survivors of Campus Sexual Assault Speak Out, I am available to speak in the following types of programs:
Keynote Lecture on Sexual Violence Awareness, Activism, and Accountability
Keynote Lecture on Intersectional Everyday Activism and Supporting Survivors
Keynote Lecture on The Basics of Title IX and Laws in Place to Support Student Survivors
Book Readings and Signings in conjunction with "We Believe You: Survivors of Campus Sexual Assault Speak Out"
Conference Panels and Programs
Student Activism Workshops
Q&A Programs alongside The Hunting Ground
Custom Programs: If you are interested in bringing me for a different type of program, please send your proposal.
Fees: I am committed to educating communities around the world about supporting survivors and engaging in everyday activism. I do operate on a sliding scale for student run and non-profit programs on a case by case basis.