Three LBT women. Three different stories. One common denominator.
Bridget Pelaez started out wanting to be a nurse. But as she finishes nursing school, she’s decided that she wants to further her education to become a doctor of osteopathic medicine.
Charrise Alexander, a law student at the University of Miami, teaches Street Law at Breakthrough Miami, an academic enrichment program for students from disadvantaged communities in Miami-Dade. After graduation, she plans to take the Bar and work at a law firm in Washington D.C.
Kim Ehly is completing her Master of Social Work in May 2013, and intends to open a private practice as a psychotherapist and life coach. She also created her own theater company, Kutumba Theatre Project, which premiered the award-winning play, Baby GirL, a production she wrote and directed.
Those three LBT women are on three different career paths—but last year, they each received support from the same organization: the Aqua Foundation for Women (AFW).
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