Adriana Espinoza is the New York City Program Director at NYLCV. She has worked as an advocate and organizer for several national non-profits in addition to her policy experience honed in the Texas Legislature and Center for Public Policy Priorities. Most recently, Adriana served as Arizona State Field Fellow for Voto Latino, leading a statewide voter registration and GOTV program ahead of the 2016 election. Prior to Voto Latino, Adriana was a national advocate for election reform as Associate Director of Outreach at Open Primaries.
Adriana grew up mostly in Texas, but moved frequently due to her military family upbringing. She graduated with a Bachelor of Social Work Summa Cum Laude from the University of Texas at Arlington in 2012. She also earned a Master’s of Science in Social Work from the University of Texas at Austin, where her concentrations were policy and community administrative leadership.
She is dedicated to advocacy, civic engagement, and increasing accessibility of complex policy issues. Her passion to protect the environment and bridge the gap between people and policy is what brought her to NYLCV.
Adriana can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org