Executive Director (She/her/ella)
Before founding Latino Leadership Northwest and the Clark County Latino Youth Leadership Program, Diana Avalos-Leos spent 16 years working for Vancouver Public Schools. A long-standing advocate for youth, Diana has strong, trusting relationships with many community partners and leaders in SW Washington. Diana is known for her deep commitment to working collaboratively with partners to improve outcomes for all youth.
Youth Program Coordinator (She/her/ella)
Rose is the Program Coordinator for Latino Leadership Northwest (LLNW). Rose uses her role to connect, elevate, and support young Latino leaders through youth behavioral health programming and community education and outreach. As a first-generation university graduate, Rose earned her Bachelors of Science in Public Health from Central Washington University. Her second greatest passion? Bigfoot. The real one.
I am a first-generation Latina and DACA recipient sophomore student attending WSUV - currently majoring in education. I am actively volunteering for my community, interning with LLNW, and am a career peer educator for WSUV.
I am Mexican and the first generation to attend college. I’m a sophomore at WSUV. Majoring in Mechanical Engineering. Throughout the time working for LLNW I have learned so many things that I’d never thought I’d be learning and realizing things that are important. In my eyes, giving back to my community is like giving back to my family; the people who raised me.
I am an undocumented, first-generation student attending WSUV. I hope to graduate with a bachelor's degree in a stem-related major to be able to work in the healthcare field. I also hope to get a minor in Spanish to further help my community. I am currently an intern for LLNW and a member of the marketing team for LULAC of SW. I love to help my community and serve as an advocate.
I am a sophomore at WSUV and I’m majoring in Mechanical Engineering. I was born in Mexico and migrated at the age of 10. I was a student-athlete in high school and I began to participate in different clubs and school activities. Eventually, with the help of my friends, I became one of the leaders for MEChA, which is a Latinx club dedicated to promoting youth leadership and Latinx culture.