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Nadia Gutiérrez

Programs Assistant

Email: nadia@liderescampesinas.org

I had the chance to participate in the youth group during my childhood at Líderes Campesinas and since I was a kid I liked the organization’s movement. What I like the most about Líderes Campesinas is that we ourselves are the ones that improve our own lives

Margaret De Barraicua

Program Assistant

Email: margaretd@liderescampesinas.org

I joined Líderes Campesinas when the Coronavirus pandemic started and it was to help people in the fields to learn how to better protect themselves against the virus. I keep wanting to help people through outreach and information about how to navigate the system in their own communities to have a better quality of life. I enjoy the sisterhood and the passion to learn and share with others.

Sara Ceballos

Program Assistant

Email: sara@liderescampesinas.org

I joined Líderes Campesinas because I see the same mission in mind that I want for my daughter. As a single mother, I want my daughter and other women to know about this organization and take forward the message that by working together, change can be achieved. I see the effort of my colleagues who, apart from being homemakers, dedicate time to helping other women. I am passionate about the hard work these women do at home, at work, and with the organization. Extremely proud to work with them and the fact that I am a woman to work together.

Uriel Contreras Jiménez

Media and Communications Specialist

Email: uriel@liderescampesinas.org

Phone: (209)844-6001

Líderes Campesinas is an organization that defies the status quo. It demonstrates that immigrant women, farmworking women, indigenous women, young girls, mothers, grandmothers, and women in general can be leaders that can create so much positive change. As a man, I feel in very safe hands under the leadership of the excellent women who are part of this organization. I am here to contribute however I can to our mission and to reach out to more women so that they become aware they have the power to become great leaders.

Karen Lizarraga

Data Analyst

Email: karen@liderescampesinas.org

Phone: (760)553-7364

My family is part of the population that Líderes Campesinas represents and I want to help the movement. Because of them and people like them. I like to see our mission in action. Like seeing all the efforts they make to give a voice to the people who don’t have one in this country. And see the passion and love with which they seek to create change.

Anaí Murillo

Media and Communications Specialist

Email: anai@liderescampesinas.org

I joined Líderes Campesinas because I wanted to be part of the change in the lives of farmworkers. Social media is an essential tool that our team strategically uses to amplify the outreach and the work our chapters do, spread consciousness about affairs and inform farmworkers about their rights.

Diana Trejo

Media and Communications Specialist

Email: diana@liderescampesinas.org

My mom and my dad worked in the fields when I was young and I saw them work hard to give me and my sister a better life. Líderes Campesinas helped my mom find a voice and a mission to help women like her. Now I see my mother is very passionate for an organization that helps women like her who have gone through and continue to go through difficulties while they work in the fields. It helped me become involved and want to ensure that everyone who works under these conditions can live the lives that they deserve.

Brandon Toji

Data Analyst

Email: brandon@liderescampesinas.org

I joined Líderes Campesinas to be able to achieve their humanitarian goals using the knowledge and techniques I have learned through my studies. What I am passionate about about Líderes Campesinas is our mission: to promote a better quality of life and working conditions for farm workers. My immediate family and a large number of acquaintances have worked in the field, they have known the social and labor injustice that can be experienced when working in this profession. It is a privilege to participate in an organization that aims to help these workers who are pillars in their families, and in society even when they are not recognized.