One of Valery’s proudest achievements during her MANO internship was her work on a cultural framework and series of trainings aimed at educating the agency about increasing indigenous collaboration and engagement.
As an Invasive Species Fellow, Yessenia Mendez's journey reflects not only her commitment to environmental stewardship but also her efforts to break cultural barriers and foster inclusivity within her field.
Beyond his experience leading his ministry and conservation efforts, Pastor Felipe recently joined Hispanic Access' cohort of volunteers for the American Red Cross to assist in times of need in his community.
Lucía journey is a remarkable example of the transformative power of determination and resilience. As a first-generation student, she has risen above numerous obstacles to pursue her passion for environmental justice and conservation.
Ángel Colon is part of the Latino Climate Council. His participation in the creation of our newest report "Agua Corriente: Latino Connections to Waterways" is one of his notable contributions to furthering our mission while also furthering his work in water rights.