Dr. Analucía Lopezrevoredo is a Peruvian-Chilean-Quechua-American sociologist, born in Peru and raised in Spain and the United States. A scholar of Jewish and Latin American migration, Analucía founded Jewtina y Co. in 2019 to offer Latin Jews from around the world a community in which to explore their multicultural heritage and identity. Prior to Jewtina y Co., she worked at JIMENA, OneTable, Bend the Arc, the Center to Advance Racial Equity, and was a migrant's health advocate in California's Central Valley, southwestern México and southeastern Perú.
She is the recipient of the National Young Woman of Distinction award, is a former Fulbright and Rotary International Scholar, is a member of the Schusterman Foundation's "ROI community," the Wexner Foundations Field Fellowship and the Jewish Women's Foundation of New York's "Collective" network. A passionate global citizen, she's traveled to over 130 countries and has lived-in five continents.
Why I Serve on the JPro Board:
I serve on the JPro Board so that all Jewish organizations--small and large--feel seen and supported, and to ensure that our community remains accountable to its equity commitments.