Based in Eagle, CO, Pastor Josue Rubio was part of the inaugural cohort of the Hispanic Leadership Network. Learn more about him.
In 2021, Linda Sosa was able to get 35,000 people vaccinated against COVID-19 in the greater Denver area. Learn more about her efforts.
Keila Vizcarra served as a Latino Conservation Week Ambassador in 2021 and previously interned for the U.S. Forest Service through the MANO Project.
Oscar Hernandez got his foot in the door with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service when he started interning for Minnesota Valley National Wildlife Refuge through Hispanic Access. He now works there full-time as a permanent park ranger and Latinx liaison.
Norma Chairez first began working with Hispanic Access as a Latino Heritage Internship Program intern and then got involved in their historic preservation efforts. Chairez has contributed to both Place, Story and Culture white papers.
Moses Borjas from El Paso, TX, has dedicated the past five years to working on a campaign looking to designate Castner Range as a national monument. Since then, he has become a staunch advocate for the landscape that surrounds El Paso, which has gained momentum this year, getting them closer to their end goal.