AnaYelsi Velasco-Sanchez is an Indo-Latinx interlocking mujerista who’s simply trying to survive life in the Latin diaspora.
She has been working as a faith-based community organizer for a decade now. Her experience both in interfaith and multi-issue organizing has provided her a unique understanding of the complex work involved in bridge-building and unifying diverse people around a shared purpose. The former Organizing and Programs Director for The Reformation Project (TRP), AnaYelsi is now a public speaker, faith organizing and racial justice educator, writer, and visual artist.
She is also a member of the Racial Justice Institute team (an initiative of Evangelicals For Social Action) and the Union of Affirming Christians.
AnaYelsi loves disappearing for hours in an art museum, feeding people a homemade flan of which she is unabashedly proud, and watching an absurd number of problematic made-for-tv holiday romcoms.
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