The Good, The Bad & The Ugly in Working with Our State Legislature

Miranda ViscoliCome join co-president of New Mexicans to Prevent Gun Violence, Miranda Viscoli for an honest discussion about what it takes to get a bill passed in the New Mexico legislature on Monday, November 13 @ 6:00 pm at Santa Fe La Farge Library, 1730 Llano St..

Feel free to bring a friend, and please do forward this information to whomever you think would be interested.

Miranda Viscoli received a Bachelor of Fine Arts at New York University as well as a Bachelor of Arts from California State University at Long Beach.  In the summer of 2009 she completed her masters in Latin American art history at California State University Long Beach where her masters thesis won the Outstanding Thesis Award for the College of the Arts. After the Sandy Hook shooting, Miranda Viscoli suspended work on her PhD at UNM in order to research and write about the problem of gun violence both in New Mexico and the United States. Miranda Viscoli is co-president of New Mexicans to Prevent Gun Violence. She has worked with schools, school boards, police departments, legislators, and city councils to implement gun violence prevention measures throughout the state. NMPGV is a non-partisan organization whose sole purpose is the prevention of gun violence in New Mexico. She serves as a regional board member for States United Against Gun Violence and was awarded the 10 Who Made a Difference award in 2016 for her work on gun violence prevention.