Elisa Neira, Princeton’s director of human services, will speak at the United Methodist Men’s breakfast on Sunday, April 13, at 8 a.m. in our newly renovated Fellowship Hall.
Elisa has an impressive resume, having worked with the Latino immigrant community in New Brunswick and with the New Jersey Association of the Deaf/Blind. In addition to being fluent in English and Spanish, she speaks sign language and has some French. She has a BS in social work from Rutgers and an MSW from Fordham.
Hunger is one of the important issues she is working on at the Department of Human Services. Some of her clients are still going hungry, she has said, though they are using all available services. She is also concerned with immigration issues, such as stopping wage theft and tuition equality.
A $5 donation will be accepted for the outstanding hot breakfast.