NCLR Media Guide
Deputy Director, Civic Engagement Department
Community organizing, leadership development, and capacity-building; civic engagement and electoral organizing; Latino vote; political advocacy and public policy
Master’s degree, public administration, Harvard Kennedy School; bachelor’s degree, philosophy, Yale University
Development of field strategies to increase Latino civic participation and advance an Hispanic policy agenda at the state and national level; oversight of field advocacy, civic engagement, and electoral organizing initiatives; strategic initiatives to develop the advocacy capacity and power of NCLR Affiliates and partners.
Staff director and lead organizer, Merrimack Valley Project
“Competing for the Latino Vote in Texas,” Loren McArthur, Huffington Post, March 21, 2014.
“Untapped Power: Closing the Hispanic Voting Gap,” Loren McArthur, PoderMagazine, January 2014.
“The Latino Vote Can Make a Difference in the 2014 Elections,” Loren McArthur, Huffington Post, January 23, 2014.
“Emerging Latino Communities Initiative: 2001-2011 Impact Study,” Loren McArthur and Janet Hernandez, October 15, 2013.