The 2019 Monzón Fellows

We received over seventy nominations for the first cohort of Instituto’s Monzón Fellowship, so it was no easy task, but ultimately seventeen of Arizona’s most promising emerging leaders were chosen. We want to congratulate every single one of our 2019 Fellows!

Intituto’s 2019 Monzón Fellows (in alphabetical order):

Adriana Garcia Maximiliano, Manager of Alumni Programs at New American Leaders

Anabel Maldonado, Demand2Learn Campaign Manager at ACLU of Arizona

Anakarina Rodriguez, Phoenix Area Coordinator at Mi Familia Vota

Dulce Juarez, Organizing Director at Chispa AZ

Fred Oaxaca, Data Manager at One Arizona

Gabriella Cazares-Kelly, Public School Teacher, Leader, and Vice Chair at Baboquivari Unified School District, Indivisible Tohono, and AZ Dems Native American Caucus

Isabel Garcia, Program Director at Poder in Action

Joseph Silva, Operations Coordinator at CASE

Katherine Yelle, Campaign Manager for Coral Evans

Lizbeth “Liz” Luna, Campaign Consultant

Nicole Morales, Civic Engagement Director at Chispa AZ

Pablo Correa, Founding Board Member of Rural Arizona Engagement

Randy Perez, Political Consultant at Engaged Strategies LLC

Ricardo Zamudio Guillen, Co-Organizing Director at Living United for Change in Arizona (LUCHA)

Shane Burnette, Program Coordinator at Partnership with Native Americans

Shelley Jackson, Communications and Youth Engagement Coordinator at Our Voice Our Vote Arizona

Zak Ghali, Budget Analyst at Maricopa County