Reproductive Rights Community Engagement Specialist





Tatiana is a proud Chicana and native New Mexican. Born and raised in Las Cruces, she moved to Albuquerque to attend The University of New Mexico. She holds two undergraduate degrees in Political Science and Chicano/Chicana Studies. Throughout her academic career, her focus was on intersectional politics and social movements. While in college, she interned with the Center for Social Sustainable Systems (CESOSS) and The National Hispanic Cultural Center. After college, she interned at the Office of U.S. Senator Martin Heinrich, where she later worked as a Constituent Service and Field Representative.

Tatiana is passionate about social justice causes, including reproductive rights, gender equity, immigrant advocacy, affordable housing, and access to quality education and healthcare. She enjoys living in southern New Mexico and cares deeply for her community.

In her free time, you can find Tatiana on a pickleball court, at the gym, spending time with her family, or enjoying a good book.