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Christine Gutierrez
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Christine Gutierrez

Special Projects Coordinator

Before coming to Hispanic Access Foundation, Christine served as an executive assistant and legal secretary for a San Antonio law firm for 14 years and then went on to work for six years under the Chairman of the Hispanic Council for Reform and Educational Options (Hispanic CREO). She has received formal training in working for executives and has dedicated her career to the field of administration.

Christine was born in Cibolo, Texas and is the third of six children raised in a predominantly German farming community. Her parents instilled in the siblings values—such as a strong work ethic, commitment, and the importance of family—which she has had the privilege of imparting to her three children and grandson.

Why she works for Hispanic Access…

“I admired and wanted to be a part of the way Hispanic Access provides our youth opportunities for success and prosperity which they might not otherwise have in this country.”

In her spare time…

Christine can be found with family and friends.

Her favorite book…

“The Murmur of Bees by Sofia Segovia. Even though it is fiction, this novel rings true with my beliefs that, in the end, good conquers evil.” 

A person she finds inspirational…

“On a national level, there are those such as Cesar Chavez and Martin Luther King. Then, there are those not-so-famous heroes who work hard to preserve and protect their heritage and culture in the U.S. I admire those who work for nonprofit organizations that make a lasting difference for generations to come, and those who work hard to provide opportunities to fulfill the dreams and aspirations of the underserved.”

About Us

Hispanic Access Foundation connects Latinos and others with partners and opportunities to improve lives and create an equitable society.

Phone: (202) 640-4342

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