Liz Hurtado is a Field Manager supporting the EcoMadres program in its mission to equitably protect the health of Latino children and families from air pollution and climate change.
Liz’s background is in the intersectionality of health equity, and she has spent years amplifying the need for diverse representation, primarily from Hispanic/Latino communities, in health research through community engagement, education, and advocacy. Her experience in community health coupled with her life-long passion for environmental advocacy is what led her to join the Moms Clean Air Force team.
Liz is a native Peruvian and lives in Virginia Beach, Virginia, with her family. She speaks English and Spanish fluently.