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Silvana Molieri
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Silvana Molieri

Human Resources Associate

Silvana joined the Hispanic Access Foundation in July 2023 as a Human Resources Associate where she supports Operations with HR administration.

Prior to joining Hispanic Access Foundation, Silvana worked in Human Resources and Talent Acquisition roles within the Non-Profit, Higher-Ed, Tech and Healthcare industries. Her professional passion for HR is based upon supporting and developing the employee experience and helping organizations grow. She holds a Bachelor’s degree in Public Administration from Florida International University, pursued a Master’s degree in HR Management from Nova Southeastern University and attained a SHRM-CP certification.

Silvana is based out of her hometown of Miami, FL and you can likely find her alongside her very attached canine companion, Zissou.

Why she works for Hispanic Access…

"I’m from a big Nicaraguan family with strong values that immigrated here to the United States in hopes of escaping political unrest and seeking a better future. Growing up, I was always reminded about their stories of hardship, perseverance, sacrifice, and serving their communities. Being impacted by those profound experiences, I made it a point to seek out a professional opportunity with a great mission that I resonated with – one where I felt I could help make an impact on my community. Fast-forward to 2023 when I stumbled upon a role with Hispanic Access, I knew it would be my chance to finally fulfill my professional ambition. I feel deeply drawn to the organization’s mission of developing and empowering Latinx leaders and look forward to the future of this organization!"

In her spare time…

“In my spare time you can find me obsessing over TV and Film, planning my next adventure, researching a new dining/mixology/entertainment experience (I love a good theme), decorating, and being a fan-girl for a seemingly never-ending list of things.”

Her favorite book…

“I’m known for having “top lists” so it’s hard to choose but if I had to pick just one favorite, it would be The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy simply for being a light-hearted comedic read – and of course, for providing the answer to the meaning of life.”

A person she finds inspirational…

“The one nearest and dearest to my heart is my dad. At just 21, he came to the United States seeking political asylum from an oppressive regime in his country. He has always fought for what was right and gave up so much to come here. He’s come so far in his professional career and serves as a Chair of the Latinx ERG at his company– in addition, he has been my number one supporter and is the funniest person I know. I aspire to be like him!”

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