Ana is a Community Outreach Coordinator with the Connecticut Racial Profiling Prohibition Project at the Institute for Municipal and Regional Policy (IMRP). She helps coordinate community dialogues and other outreach initiatives.
A native of Caguas Puerto Rico, she grew up in the North-end of the City of Hartford. Fluent in Spanish and English, Ana was educated in the Farmington school system through Project Concern now known as Project Choice which is overseen by the Capitol Region Education Council (CREC).
A graduate of the Data Institute’s Business School, Ana brings over thirty years of experience in developing relationships with community members, corporations and volunteers. She has held positions as a fundraiser/philanthropist and Volunteer Director in the Greater Hartford community. She has worked for Oak Hill hospital where she was selected as Employee of the Year.
Ana currently resides in Windsor with her husband.