Meet the Team

Analucía Lopezrevoredo


Analucía Lopezrevoredo is a Peruvian-born, Spanish and American-raised, former DREAMer, that credits her diverse Sephardic heritage with connecting her to every corner of the world. 

A global ethnographer and social worker, deeply committed to Jewish diversity and inclusion, Analucía also produces events and facilitates workshops that challenge participants to think critically about culture and intersectionality in a Jewish context. Over the last three years, her position as a full-time employee for OneTable, a US-based nonprofit organization, has allowed her to produce numerous workshops that explore Jewish history and identity.

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 111 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 Bangladesh, Burkina Faso, Cambodia, Cuba, Ecuador, Greece, India, Israel, Japan, México, Mongolia, Panamá, Perú and Thailand.

Kimberly Dueñas


Kimberly Dueñas is a California native with a global spirit. She is both Ashkenazi and Salvadorean and embraces her worldly Jewish heritage. 

A graduate from American Jewish University in Los Angeles, Kimberly has found the greatest way to explore her dynamic Jewish identity was to immerse and involve herself in the Jewish world-both locally and globally. 

Kimberly has a career in Jewish education and her passion for teaching has taken her around the world to teach in various communities including Israel, Germany, India, and El Salvador. 

Through the Jewish Service Corps fellowship with JDC Entwine she volunteered as an educator at the Jewish Community Center in Mumbai, India for 2 years. Since her return to Los Angeles, she has continued her work in education at Brawerman Elementary School of Wilshire Boulevard Temple as the Judaic Studies Specialist. 

Outside the classroom, Kimberly practices and teaches various forms of yoga and meditation. She deeply believes in integrating the values of her practice off the mat and into her work as well as her Jewish traditions.