Why am I at Posner?
Have you ever been in a place where you are accepted for who you are, where you feel welcomed and loved? That’s the Posner Center. A place like home so dear to my heart. A welcoming and loving environment. A place where I can be who I am surrounded by awesome organizations working and collaborating together for a common goal. Making the world a better place for everyone regardless of color, language, origin, race.
What gets me fired up?
Being part of systemic changes. Knowing that my voice has power. Speaking up and being passionate about what I believe gives me the strength to fight for better things – not just for me and my family, but for everyone. Fighting oppression and discrimination.
More about me:
Born and raised in Guanajuato, Mexico. Immigrated with my family in 1992. Lived and went to school in Texas. I have 14 siblings. I have survived 3 different kinds of cancer. I love numbers as much as I love cleaning. Cooking is my passion. I’m happily married to my wonderful husband Jesus and we have 2 beautiful children. Our teenager Jorge and our newborn Cristian. I’m very down to earth, family oriented and religious. I’m hyperactive, full of energy and I love talking!
Ask me about:
Immigration, Artivism, Denver 5, 100 Women 100 Miles, The border pilgrimage, The Women’s March in Washington, Agua Linda, Chuy’s Catering and the most important thing to ask me is how to fight cancer.
Some of my flashy credentials:
- English as a second language
- High school graduation (top 10)
- Associate in Business Management
- Minor in Finances
- B.A in Organizational Development and H.R (still working on it!)