Luz Drada is a Program Coordinator for Moms Clean Air Force. She has had an interest in sustainability and the common good throughout her career. After becoming a mother, she became aware of the climate crisis and the impacts of climate change and air pollution on children’s development. Luz has held leadership positions in philanthropic and animal rescue groups in her native Colombia.
Luz graduated from Pontificia Universidad Javeriana with a bachelor’s degree in Accounting. She holds a master’s degree in Natural Resources and Global Sustainability from Virginia Tech.
Luz enjoys outdoor activities and teaching her son to respect living beings in her leisure time. She is passionate about learning about other cultures and connecting with people. She is a certified scuba diver and lives in Washington, DC, with her husband, son, and rescue dog, Vida.