Analucía Lopezrevoredo, PhD
Analucía Lopezrevoredo is an activist, critical ethnographer and organizational culture specialist that currently works with a wide-range of organizations to evaluate their culture of belonging, and strategically design more inclusive work spaces for multi-lingual teams, people of color, immigrants, LGBTQIA folks, and people with disabilities. An advocate for equity, diversity and representation, Analucía also serves as the Associate Director of West Coast Programs for OneTable, and previously worked as the Program Director for JIMENA: Jews Indigenous to the Middle East and North Africa, and as an investigator for the Center to Advance Racial Equity (CARE) in Portland, Oregon.
Passionate about community and identity wellness, Analucía is the Founder and Executive Producer of Flavors of Coexistence, a pop-up dining initiative that uses gastrodiplomacy and food storytelling to bring ethnically and religiously diverse Jewish and non-Jewish communities together over culture, dialogue, and laughter, and Jewtina y Co., a Jewish community platform that supports Latinx Jews in navigating and strengthening their multi-faceted identity. Through Flavors of Coexistence and Jewtina y Co., Analucía has brought together more than 1,000 people globally to engage in conversations about cross-cultural and intra-cultural coexistence, diplomacy, identity and intersectionality.
Analucía was born in Lima, Perú, raised in Madrid, Spain and Orange County, California, and now primarily resides in San Francisco, California. Her educational background lies in cross-cultural diplomacy, critical ethnographic research, and social work ethics. During her doctoral studies, Analucía worked to elevate global consciousness of the Mizrahi and Sephardi refugee experience, and conducted her dissertation research on Latinx immigrant and refugee resiliency. An avid backpacker, chocolate eater and map collector, Analucía credits the people she's met across her travels to 115+ countries with igniting her passion for culture and public service. Keen on human connection, she is also fluent in Spanish, English, French, Italian and Ladino, and cooks and eats in every language.