Pastoral Hispana en los Estados Unidos

Accompanying the Diverse Hispanic Reality in the U.S.

Dulce Gamboa

Dulce Gamboa, Latino outreach associate, joined Bread for the World in February 2009. In this role, she develops, maintains and strengthens relationships with Latino Christian denominations and agencies to support and carry on the mission of Bread for the World to end hunger and poverty in the United States and around the world. She previously worked as a project coordinator for the Church Relations department at Bread. She is member of the Board of Directors for the Franciscan Action Network and she volunteers as an English and civics teacher at Carecen, a non-profit organization that helps Latino immigrants become U.S. citizens. Prior to working at Bread, she worked as an advisor for one of the Electoral Commissioners in Mexico City. Dulce received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science and International Relations from CIDE–Mexico and a Master of Arts in Political Management from George Washington University.

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