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Hispanic Access Foundation Welcomes a New Hispanic Access Foundation Welcomes a New
14 December 2023

Hispanic Access Foundation Welcomes a New Development Manager

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Hispanic Access Foundation is excited to announce the addition of Andrea Sanfeliz as a Development Manager. She is a seasoned professional in institutional development, adept at fortifying organizations and guiding them through the planning, monitoring, fundraising, and execution of projects, and has a diverse background collaborating with both Mexican and American non-profit organizations and think tanks.

“Hispanic Access Foundation’s values and philosophy align incredibly well with mine,” said Sanfeliz. “As a member of the Hispanic community, as a woman, and as a global citizen, I have closely witnessed the lack of access, along with discrimination and inequalities based on race and gender; I am thankful to have found a job where my energy, time, and ideas serve to address social injustices."

Andrea Sanfeliz holds a Bachelor's degree in International Relations from Tecnológico de Monterrey, Mexico, and is in the process of acquiring a master's degree in public policy. She has also earned several diplomas, including one in Gender Studies Research from El Colegio de México, another in Strategic Social Impact from the University of California, Los Angeles, one in International Cooperation for Development from Instituto Mora, a Diploma in Project Management for Development in Latin America and the Caribbean from the Inter-American Development Bank, and a Diploma in International Women’s Health and Human Rights from Stanford University.

“Andrea has excelled in enhancing organizational capacities, mobilizing human capital, and establishing successful fundraising programs for many institutions,” said Maite Arce, president and CEO of Hispanic Access Foundation. “Her passion and expertise make her the ideal person to fortify our development team."

Andrea is a people person who thrives in dynamic interactions with teams and individuals and holds a particular interest in initiatives that promote development for women and minority groups.

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