Analucía Lopezrevoredo is a cultural sociologist and social entrepreneur, committed to the pursuit of equity, justice and community repair.
Passionate about human development through an asset-based lens, she specializes in designing containers that cultivate POC leadership, liberation and wellness. In 2019, Analucía founded Jewtina y Co., an anti-oppresive Jewish and Latino/x organization on a mission to nurture Latin-Jewish community, identity, leadership and resiliency via auto-ethnographic and mixed media storytelling, culturally-relevant leadership development, and culturally-sustaining multicultural Jewish education. Through Jewtina y Co., she has worked with thousands of Latin Jews from around the world to collectively partake in recounting la historia jewtina (the Jewtino story), and develop solutions to social justice issues facing the Latino/x and Jewish communities around the world.
Born in Lima, Perú, Analucía was raised in Madrid, Spain and Orange County, California, and today calls many places her home. A recovering academic, her background lies in critical race, cross-cultural and ethics studies, and her doctoral studies were centered around Latino/x immigrant and refugee resiliency. An avid backpacker, Analucía credits her travels to 130+ countries with feeding her fascination with chocolate, maps and etymology. Keen on human connection, she speaks Spanish, English, French, Hebrew, Italian and Portuguese, and cooks and eats in every language.