Is a political operative, strategic communicator and Latinx advocate. She is Mexican, Cuban and American and has spent most of her career in Democratic politics and advocacy spaces. She was the Deputy Director of Hispanic Media for Hillary Clinton’s 2016 Presidential Campaign, a political appointee during the Obama Administration and also served in President Obama’s 2012 re-election campaign.
Recently, Ramos stepped out of the traditional political landscape to find new means to mobilize Latinx millennials and Gen Zers. From using pop- up art installations across the country to build support for the Dream Act to using storytelling to give voice to the underrepresented—Ramos is building outside the box strategies to empower the community. She is also a weekly contributor for Telemundo Network, where she is breaking barriers and stereotypes in the Latinx community.
Ramos received her Master in Public Policy from the Harvard Kennedy School and her B.A. from Barnard College, Columbia University.