NCLR Media Guide

Loren McArthur

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

Current Position:
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.

Previous Position(s):
Staff director and lead organizer, Merrimack Valley Project

Selected Publications:

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.