We are an organization of female artists who have been supporting #Metoo Movement since 2018. We want to promote #Metoo Movement in the crypto market by combining music and visual art, turning them into unique NFTs.
We believe that every woman is a work of art herself, so why not create NFT collections that represent the beauty and wonder of women.
Anonymous artist around the world
KOLs are waiting for their own NFT
Fund will be used to build Me2llary
Partners support M2W for women's job opportunities
Candice Crawford serves as the Operations and Finance Associate for Me Too Movement. She has dedicated her career to public service working to innovate solutions for operational efficiency and revenue growth and management. She has served in leadership capacities within the organizations where she has led strategic and capacity building processes, as well as assisted with fundraising efforts that has garnered grant funding and other resources.
Amanda Bonilla serves as Development Associate for me too. International. After graduating from Brenau University with a BFA in Dance Performance, she began working for a community arts organization. It was there she discovered her passion for fundraising and development.
Airam Marcano, LMSW has over 7 years of experience in the trauma field specifically working with adult survivors of child sexual abuse, sexual assault, and intimate partner violence. Airam began her career at Safe Horizon, the nation’s leading crime victim agency. During her time at Safe Horizon, she was awarded the Bertram Beck Award for her professionalism, care, and compassion to survivors. In 2013, she received her Master’s in Criminal Justice at John Jay College of Criminal Justice and in 2018 she received her Master’s in Social Work at Hunter College Silberman School of Social Work.
Chanelle is a Jamaican-American writer, based in Bronx, NY. Since 2015, she has worked in the nonprofit sector and dedicated her career to using storytelling as a resource of healing for oppressed communities. She explores her passion for social change and racial justice within community organizing. Chanelle’s work can be seen in The Sophie Fund, The Ithacan, and Girls Write Now Anthology.
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