Analucía Lopezrevoredo is a global ethnographer and culture producer specializing in cross-cultural immersive programming. Her passion for diplomacy and world cultures, along with her commitment to Jewish diversity and inclusion, guides her work and inspires her design.
Educated in Ghana, Ireland, Italy, the Philippines, Spain, and the United States of America, her educational background is in international relations, community education, and social work and social research. An avid explorer, she credits intentional travel (to 108 countries and counting) with complementing her formal education and sustaining her commitment to lifelong learning.
To date, her work has taken her across the USA and to Cambodia, Cuba, Ecuador, Greece, India, Israel, México, Mongolia, Panamá, Perú and Thailand.
*Jewtina is an adjective to describe a woman with intersecting Jewish and Latina identities. Born in Lima, Peru, and raised in Madrid, Spain and Southern California, Analucia found this term to be powerful in supporting her identity development and Jewish and Latina expression.