Empowering our community through art, culture, and environmental education.
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As a self taught dancer, Tina learned the value of self determination at an early age. A native of Sonoma County, Tina earned experience and acclaim in music, street dance and athletics during her school years. While attending UC Davis, she turned her passion for the arts, fitness and wellness into a popular example of master teaching not only to children but people of all ages. Tina is a natural teacher and role model who truly enjoys using arts education and fitness as tools to “crack-the-code” in child development that lasts a lifetime.
Renee Saucedo has worked in the Immigrant/Indigenous rights movements as a Community Organizer, Advocate, Attorney, Educator, and Non-profit Manager for over 35 years. As the Executive Director of the Northern California Coalition For Immigrant Rights, Director of the San Francisco Day Labor Program, and Policy Director of La Raza Centro Legal, in San Francisco, Renee acquired extensive experience in conducting culturally-appropriate, community outreach and community engagement within marginalized communities. Over the years, she has helped lead numerous grassroots campaigns, like the Campaigns to protect the labor rights of undocumented workers, to extend benefits to undocumented families, to pass the California Drivers License Law, and to move just Immigration Reform policy. She helped lead the formation of the Women's Collective (San Francisco), Centro del Pueblo (Humboldt County), and the passage of Measure K, declaring Humboldt County a "Sanctuary County." Her passions include supporting stakeholders’ leadership and empowerment through political education and leadership development. Renee has received numerous awards for her community work and currently coordinates the ALMAS Libres Program at Raizes Collective.