Cinthia is a Nevada state organizer and the National Lead of EcoMadres—Moms Clean Air Force’s Latino outreach program. She has called the Silver State her home most of her life. Her family moved to Las Vegas from North Hollywood in the early 1990s during the construction boom. She has been advocating for clean air, clean energy, and water conservation for over 10 years through her work with various organizations in Nevada. Cinthia has served on the Parks and Recreation Board for the City of North Las Vegas, where she advocated for access to more green spaces. She also is a member of the Nevada Equity Cabinet launched by Congressman Steven Horsford (D-NV-04), is Chair of the Environmental Committee for the Nevada Center for Latino Advancement, and is a proud member of the Nevada Environmental Justice Coalition. Cinthia’s work has been featured in the Washington Post, Now This, Latino Rebels Radio, Periódico La Visión, The Nevada Independent, and The Las Vegas Sun.
During the pandemic, Cinthia has hosted many virtual cafecitos through the EcoMadres program to bring community members together through live, moderated discussions to inspire Latina moms to continue fighting for their children’s health.
Cinthia is a mother to a toddler boy and a part-time realtor in Las Vegas. During her free time, she volunteers as the Chair of the Scholarship Committee for the Nellis Area Spouses’ Club (a Nellis Air Force Base spouses’ organization), which each year is committed to awarding $30,000 in scholarship money to military dependents.
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