Claudia Wermann

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Claudia Wermann


Claudia Werman was, in 1983, a leader of the North Carolina Federation For Progress.[1]

Now President & CEO at International Institute of Connecticut, which is a statewide nonprofit human services agency that provides services to new immigrants and refugees in Connecticut to help them become self-sufficient, integrated and contributing members of the community. IICONN offers legal, social, linguistic and educational programs to help refugees and immigrants overcome the many barriers they face in adjusting to their new environments. In addition, IICONN provides special services to victims of serious crimes such as human trafficking, torture and domestic violence. Each year, IICONN assists close to 5000 individuals from its offices in Bridgeport, Stamford and Hartford.

Sister of Marco Werman. Married to Sam Connor.

Education

Brooklyn Law School, 1985 – 1988 University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1981 – 1984

References

  1. [WViewpoint, June 8, 1983]