National Outreach Director
Selene M. Gomez, MPA, has organized for a decade towards social justice issues. For the last four years Selene worked with Mi Familia Vota Education Fund to increase Latinx voter turnout through voter registration and education, citizenship programs, and GOTV campaigns. Prior to that, she worked in the U.S. House of Representatives in one of the most competitive districts in the nation. Her ten-year experience in nonprofits include working with The League of Women Voters as a member, Youth Transitioning into Adulthood as a board member, San Antonio Immigrant Youth Movement as the Director of External Affairs, Texas DREAM Alliance as the coordinator, Council for Minority Student Affairs as founder and president, United We Dream as a field organizer, and Workers Defense Project as a fellow. Selene obtained her Bachelor of Science from Texas A&M – College Station and her Master’s in Public Administration from the University of Texas-San Antonio.