Communications Coordinator, ACLU of Texas Anna Núñez joined the ACLU of Texas in 2014 after serving in the Coro Fellows Program in Public Affairs, Southern California. A native Houstonian, Anna is passionate about helping her community and has provided over 20 years of service as a community relations, communications/media, and public affairs professional for non-profits, corporations, and city, county, and federal government agencies in Texas. Empowering community voices through voter registration has always been extremely important to Anna, especially while serving as Community Outreach Manager for the Harris County Voter Registration Department and Houston Coordinator for Texas LULAC, and volunteering with NALEO for citizenship workshops. Anna previously served as Director of Communications for NCLR affiliate Democracia USA and the Texas Criminal Justice Coalition; and Director of Community Affairs for El Dorado Communications. Her media experience includes serving as host and producer of “Latino Voices” for KPFT Pacifica Radio and as a Deputy Producer for NPR’s “Latino USA.” “Giving back” through grassroots volunteer service has been Anna’s most rewarding work, especially while serving on the Coalition for Higher Education for Immigrant Students, instrumental in passage of TX HB 1403 which allowed undocumented immigrant students access to Texas colleges and universities; serving on Mayor Brown’s Advisory Board, helping create the Mayor’s Office of Immigrant & Refugee Affairs in Houston; Advisory Board for Houston Interfaith Worker Justice Center; and recipient of the “Outstanding Work in the Field of Civil and Political Rights Award” by Amnesty International Group 23. View her LinkedIn profile.