Dr. Analucía Lopezrevoredo, founder of Jewtina y Co., is a Peruvian-Chilean-American Jewtina, born in Lima, Peru and raised in Madrid, Spain and Orange County, California. An anti-oppression activist, she specializes in building technologies that examine intersectionality, celebrate resiliency, support the self-actualization of women and BIPOC folks in leadership, and strengthen cross-cultural community coalitions.
In 2019, Analucía founded Jewtina y Co., an organization dedicated to celebrating, exploring, and raising awareness of Latin-Jewish heritage, multiculturalism, and intersectional justice. Prior to Jewtina y Co., she was the Associate Director of West Coast Programs at OneTable, a principal investigator for the Center to Advance Racial Equity in Portland, Oregon, and a migrant rights advocate in California’s Central Valley, southwestern México and southeastern Perú.
Analucía’s educational background lies in critical race and cross-cultural studies, and her doctoral research was centered around immigrant and refugee resiliency. She is the recipient of the National Young Woman of Distinction award, is a former Fulbright and Rotary International Scholar, sits on JDC Entwine’s Council, is a member of the Schusterman Foundation’s ROI Community, and is a Wexner Field Fellow. A passionate global citizen, she’s traveled to over 125 countries, has lived in five continents, and speaks six languages.