Analucía Lopezrevoredo is a values-driven sociologist and social impact professional that is committed to the pursuit of equity and social justice. Passionate about leadership development, human-centered innovation and social impact strategy, I specialize in helping organizations develop culturally responsive approaches to management, mentorship, and philanthropic giving/CSR, and in creating technologies that support immigrants, people of color and women to ascend to and thrive in leadership positions. On and off the court, you can catch Analucía engaging in conversations about implicit bias, how the world benefits when more women of color are in senior leadership positions, and why empathy is the most important muscle we should be flexing.
Committed to elevating the visibility of Latino Jews and other Jewish communities of color, Analucía founded Jewtina y Co. in 2019 as a means for which to raise awareness of Jewish-Latina/o/x culture via auto-ethnographic and mixed media storytelling. Prior to this work, Analucía was the Associate Director of West Coast Programs for OneTable, the Program Director for JIMENA: Jews Indigenous to the Middle East and North Africa, and a principal investigator for the Center to Advance Racial Equity (CARE) in Portland, Oregon.
Analucía was born in Lima, Perú, raised in Madrid, Spain and Orange County, California, and today calls many places home. An applied researcher, her background lies in critical race, cross-cultural and ethics studies, and her doctoral studies were centered around Latino immigrant and refugee resiliency. An avid backpacker, Analucía credits her travels to 125+ countries with igniting her passion for cholocate, culture and diplomacy. Keen on human connection, she is fluent in Spanish, English, French, Italian and Portuguese, and cooks and eats in every language.