Tina Chavez, ProGram Manager
Tina Chavez serves as the Program Manager for Movement Mujeres. Prior to her work with Movement Mujeres Tina worked at various educational and basic needs focused nonprofits in Austin. Her background is in community engagement, resource sharing, event planning and fundraising. She is a proud Mexican American with ties in Guanajuato, Mexico and Houston, TX. She graduated from the University of Texas at Austin with a Bachelor of Science in Youth and Community Studies. It has been her honor in working to launch and implementation of Movement Mujeres. She knows our work is only beginning here in Texas.
ke’yonna hall, curriculum developement and training coordinator
Dallas native, Ke'Yonna Hall started her professional journey as a Congressional Intern in the U.S. House of Representatives where she earned a Congressional Recognition Award for Outstanding Constituent Service and was quickly distinguished as a force for change. Her years in organizing and advocacy taught her that regardless of the makeup of an audience, she should always use her voice to make plain the complex issues plaguing marginalized communities. To that end, she centers her work (as a speaker, curriculum developer, and facilitator) on people, their stories, and their power as a way to inspire others to take action and become the #changemakers their communities need. Amongst others distinctions, Hall’s commitment to service has earned her a seat on multiple panels statewide, the 2016 University Student Speaker Award at the University of North Texas (UNT), the privilege of delivering a TEDx Talk (2018), the role of a Peer Advisor for the Obama Foundation Community Leadership Training Day (2018), and most recently, being deemed a Community Server/Millennials to Watch Awards Honoree (2019). Hall is both a first generation high school and college graduate; She earned her dual bachelors in Sociology and Criminal Justice from UNT and is currently a graduate student at the University of Texas at Arlington.
andrea reyes, policy and advocacy coordinator
Andrea Reyes Sierra is the Policy and Advocacy Coordinator with Deeds not Words. She is a first-generation American and proud Chicana born and raised in El Paso, TX. She earned her dual Bachelors in International Politics and Microbiology from the University of Texas at El Paso. As a young activist inspired by the strong women in her community, she believes in ‘passing the mic’ and weaponizing local narratives by uplifting the voice of the youth. Motivated by the opportunity to work alongside like-minded organizers to hold federal and local-representatives accountable, her enthusiasm for using advocacy and outreach techniques as a tool for progressive change has led her to spearhead movements in the borderland region. Her ardor for immigrant advocacy has also led her to advocate for migrant rights serving as the communications liaison for the Detained Migrant Solidarity Committee as well as serving as a co-founder to Education Not Deportation (END), a student led coalition seeking to protect DACA recipients from unjust immigration laws such as SB4 in Texas. Apart from movement work, Andrea’s experience stems from having five political campaigns under her belt ranging from the local, state, and national levels. Most recently, she served as Field Manager for Beto O’Rourke’s campaign in the borderland. Currently based in Austin, Andrea is eager to learn more about issues that directly affect women and how together we can work towards social and political change!
amanda rocha, logistics coordinator
Amanda Rocha is the Logistics Coordinator for Movement Mujeres at Jolt. She joins Jolt with more than 7 years of experience in the nonprofit, education, and social work sectors in Houston. While Amanda is proud to call the Houston area home, she is also very proud to be Chicana, as she is part of a 5th generation of Mexican-American families native to Texas. She holds an undergraduate degree from Texas A&M University and a Master of Social Work degree from The University of Houston, where she focused on political and macro social work. As as a social worker, she is guided by values that include social justice, the dignity and worth of the individual, and the importance of human relationships.
edith valle, visual designer
Edith Valle is the Visual Designer with Deeds not Words. She is a proud Tejana and Austin native who actively works to serve her community by engaging young #changemakers through art and advocacy. Since graduating from St.Edwards in 2016, she has been involved in the local art scene painting murals, being involved in community art projects and organizing workshop and lectures about design and publications for Austin creatives. As part of #TeamDeeds she is excited to show young women the power of art and its essential role in making change.
hector sifuentes, digital content specialist
Hector is a native of Dallas, Texas. He has produced digital work for organizations such as Voto Latino, Sprint, Tidal, Google, United Way, and many more. He grew up with a camera in his hands since the age of ten. He has allowed his knowledge and skills in the digital world to help him fight for progress and equality.