Camila Guerrero provides direct support to the Slover Linett project teams for both qualitative and quantitative engagements, assisting with clients such as the Minnesota Orchestra, SF Jazz, WQXR, the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, Signature Theatre, The Jewish Museum, StoryCorps and the ongoing national research collaboration, “Culture + Community in a Time of Transition”. Camila joined Slover Linett in early 2021.
Coming from a political science and community development background, Camila believes strongly in everyone’s responsibility to create a more diverse and inclusive society. As an undergraduate student Camila conducted research for her thesis on the inheritance of political partisanship in Salvadoran immigrant families. She presented her findings at the Húrancan, Tormenta, Strom: Winds of Change student conference for the Latin American Studies Center at the University of Maryland. She is passionate about understanding how people’s social identities interact with each other and is dedicated to supporting her community through political action and community development. She holds a leadership position at the Audelia Community Response Team, a Latina led mutual aid group that serves and advocates for at-risk community members. She also serves on the Arts & Culture committee of Young People for Progress.
Camila holds a BA in Government & Politics and Spanish Language, Literature, & Culture with a certificate in Latin American Studies from the University of Maryland, College Park. When she’s not busy Camila loves crocheting, reading and writing Spanish poetry, playing soccer and rugby, and spending time in nature.