Guadalupe Gonzalez is the Community Engagement Manager for All in Together. In this role, she leads the Community Leadership Program and develops partnerships, programs, and tools that engage women to grow their civic leadership and support them in achieving equal voice and participation in America’s civic and political life.
Guadalupe has over eight years of experience working in community development, public policy, program design, and social change strategies in the private, public, and nonprofit sectors in both the U.S and Latin America. Her areas of expertise include gender/racial justice, human rights, immigration, and civic engagement focusing on underserved communities.
Guadalupe’s experience across sectors gives her a comprehensive approach to complex and systemic problems. In the government sector, she worked at the New York City Mayor’s Office of Immigrant Affairs as the Legal Initiatives Coordinator. In her previous nonprofit work, she managed grassroots nonprofits and developed programs for underserved and immigrant communities. She has also performed as a Corporate Social Responsibility auditor for diverse international firms and has teaching experience as a college lecturer for Human Rights and International Security.
Guadalupe holds a Master of Public Administration (MPA) with a concentration in Urban Development from the Marxe School of Public and International Affairs, Baruch College, as well as a Master in International Affairs (MIA) from Anahuac University Mexico.