Director of Coalitions & Advocacy, Alliance to End Hunger
An experienced policy analyst, organizer, and manager, Minerva Delgado has worked extensively on poverty, hunger, public benefits and civil rights. Ms. Delgado is currently the Director of Coalitions & Advocacy at the Alliance to End Hunger in Washington, DC. She is the author of National Council of La Raza’s, “2015 Profiles of Latino Health: A Closer Look at Child Nutrition.” She has held senior positions at Manna Food Center, Food Bank For New York City, Children’s Defense Fund and LatinoJustice. She taught at New York University’s Robert F. Wagner Graduate School of Public Service, where she co-founded the Women of Color Policy Network. Ms. Delgado holds a Master’s Degree in Urban Affairs and Policy Analysis from The New School and a Bachelor’s Degree from Cornell University. She is a founding Board Member of Community Food Advocates, Inc. Minerva was born in the Bronx, NY.