Andrea Calderon

National (2017)

Race & Equity Data Analyst

City of Albuquerque

Albuquerque, New Mexico

Personal pronouns: She, her, hers

Andrea Calderón is the Race & Equity Data Analyst for the City of Albuquerque's Office of Equity & Inclusion. She is a practicing community and regional planning graduate student at the University of New Mexico's School of Architecture and Planning. Andrea uses an equity focused data-driven approach to direct decision making across agencies.

Andrea has previously worked as the Youth Sustainability Coordinator, a position funded by the Baltimore Community Foundation in the Baltimore Office of Sustainability where she managed the Green, Healthy, Smart Challenge, a 50+ school grant program reaching more than 70% of Baltimore City Public Schools and was the architect of the Youth Environmental Internship, a high school paid internship program providing an incubator for youth-led environmental advocacy. Andrea was also the co-founder of the Planning in Equity Committee at the City of Baltimore's Department of Planning.

Prior to her time in municipal work, Andrea supported several Baltimore City Schools an ELL Liaison and Community Resource Coordinator and built capacity for the Baltimore Green Schools Network nd City Schools Sustainability efforts at Baltimore City Public Schools as an Americorps VISTA. She has also had the opportunity to enjoy the lush landscapes of Baltimore and its surrounding county while working at the Baltimore Ecosystem Study, and the City's Canoe and Kayak Program.

In her spare time, Andrea can be found in the Sandia Mountains with her pup Lisa Marie, engaging in the tradition of storytelling and working on her writing practice.