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Nelly Gomez Amaya

Nelly Gomez Amaya (they/them) joined CPI in 2021 as a Communications Specialist. Nelly is a queer first-generation Salvadoran American who grew up between various cities along the East Coast. They hold a BA in Graphic Design, Japanese Studies & Spanish from Salem College. Prior to their time at CPI, Nelly worked in as a Freelance Graphic Designer and Instructor at UC San Diego. They spent time in Eastern El Salvador researching cultural memory, the “official” narratives about the Salvadoran Civil War, and the affects that this had on the Salvadoran collective memory.

Contact Nelly Gomez Amaya: ngomezamaya@cpisandiego.org

Written by CPI San Diego

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