Strong, bold and deeply committed women and men to driving Cultivando's work. We are completely Latinas and live within the communities where we work. To be clear, we would be delighted to include the male gender in our staff, but we have simply not found any that can keep up with us.
Olga earned several awards for her work in the areas of health equity and social justice, including the Award for Excellence in the Promotion of Health Equity from the Public Health in the Rockies Conference.
Director of Environmental Justice Programs| Directora de Programas de Justicia Ambiental
“Aracely Navarro is a first-generation Chicana, daughter of Mexican and Guatemalan immigrants. Aracely believes deeply that there is great healing and decolonization needed for the land and the people.
Gualdalupe's passions is to work with community members to promote leadership, unify their voices and together advocate for equitable and inclusive changes in the systems.
Denise joined Cultivando’s team in October 2018 after attending the University of Northern Colorado where I studied Sociology while focusing on underrepresented minority students.