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Lucia coordinates online advocacy and outreach. She focuses on campaign strategy, digital engagement, content creation and data analysis. She also leads the organization’s Race Equity Working Group. Lucia earned her B.A. in Latino/a & Latin American Studies at Occidental College, where she was an organizer with the Coalition at Oxy for Diversity and Equity. Lucia is originally from Albuquerque, New Mexico, and is a longtime member of Generation Justice as well as a Civic Opportunities Initiative Network scholar. Outside of the office, she can be found powerlifting or cooking with friends.

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