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MPN 20142015 Impact Report Page 9 Ana Parent Leadership in Action Ana photo fourth from left epitomizes how the MPN community works together to better the lives of our families and students. Ana was seeking opportunities to improve her familys situation so she came to MPN via MEDAs Mission Techies program which provides technology-sector career training to young adults. Keeping her full-time job cleaning houses the dedicated mother of two young daughters made time in her day to attend the tech training program. One of the few Latinas in the program Ana was a quick learner and soon received an internship. With the connection of an MPN Family Success Coach she was able to find a high- quality preschool program Potrero Kids for one of her children who is thriving in her new environment. Ana then looked to give back to the community that had helped her family joining the MPN Community Advisory Council a parent leadership group that advises the initiative. Due to her experience skills and commitment Ana was soon hired by MPN to be the technology coordinator for Making Connections a digital literacy training program funded by the StartupEducation Foundation for preschool and first-grade parents at our elementary schools. True community spirit. MPN family demographics Race The Mission Promise Neighborhood bridges the digital divide in San Franciscos Mission District with the help of residents like Ana. Latino Asian African American White Other Extremely low income Very low income Low income Not low income Income Multi-racial Native American Pacific Islander or Other