Bienestar Mental en los tiempos de COVID 19

Lake Burien Presbyterian Church 15003 14th ave sw, Burien, WA

Únase a Alimentando al Pueblo y Diana Mena de Esperanza Counseling and Consulting para una serie de dos partes que cubrirá los impactos de COVID en nuestro bienestar individual y colectivo

La Posada

Lake Burien Presbyterian Church 15003 14th ave sw, Burien, WA

¡Vengan a celebrar con nosotros en La Posada organizada por Alimentando Al Pueblo y Colectiva Legal del Pueblo!⠀ ⠀ Habrá música en vivo, comida, dulces y vendedores locales para comprar el regalo perfecto para la navidad. La entrada es gratis y está abierta a toda la familia.⠀ ⠀ Estaremos verificando vacunas de COVID-19 o prueba […]

Distribución Navideña

Lake Burien Presbyterian Church 15003 14th ave sw, Burien, WA

Invitamos a la comunidad Latinx de Burien, Des Moines, Normandy Park, SeaTac, Tukwila, y White Center, en necesidad de comida. ¡Música en vivo! 400 cajas de alimentos que incluyen: una caja de productos no perecederos, una caja de productos agrícolas, y un pollo entero congelado. ¡Pañales, mascarillas y más!   1 caja por domicilio, Se […]

Latinx Food distribution

In a partnership with Farmstand local foods, we are giving out 100 bags of groceries every week until the end of June. 📣This is different then our previous distributions – […]

Distribucion de Alimentos Latinxs

En asociación con Farmstand Local Foods, estamos entregando 100 cajas de alimentos cada semana hasta los finales de Junio! 📣Esto es diferente a nuestras distribuciones anteriores: cada bolsa contendrá $22 […]

¡Registrese para nuestra distribucion de alimentos Latinxs!

Lake Burien Presbyterian Church 15003 14th ave sw, Burien, WA

Para Latinxs en Burien, SeaTac, Des Moines, Normandy Park, White Center y Tukwila. Para nuevos registros, si perdio su tarjeta o quiere actualizar su registro. Fechas: favor de registrarse 30 de Abril 2pm a 5pm 4 de Mayo 6pm a 8pm 5 de Mayo 6pm a 8pm 14 de Mayo 12pm a 3pm Por favor traiga […]

Martha Molina

Safety Specialist at Boeing Co

Martha is a workplace safety professional and has been in the worker’s compensation arena for over 12 years. Graduating from the University of Washington undocumented, before DACA, she navigated through higher education advocating for herself to remain in school. She’s currently earning her Masters’ in Safety and Health Management from Central Washington University. During her spare time, she mentors Latina students, translates immigration letters for people seeking legal relief and assists in resume/cover letter preparation. She currently resides in Federal Way, WA with her husband Mario of 10 years, their daughter Dahlia and two chihuahuas, Buttercup and Dixie. Martha holds a Master’s of Safety and Health Management from Central Washington University. OSHA Safety Leadership for General Industry Certification.


Susana Contreras-Mendez

Senior Associate for Education Strategy Group

Susana Contreras-Mendez joined ESG in 2022 to support its Post-secondary Attainment portfolio. Prior to joining ESG, Susana was an Associate Learning and Impact Officer at Ascendium Education, where she worked in partnership with the philanthropic team to measure its performance and to support collective learning about its strategy and operations. Previously, she was a researcher at the Institute for Women’s Policy Research, a policy think tank in Washington, D.C. She conducted research on strategies to increase upward mobility for families, with a particular focus on the post-secondary experiences of student parents.

Other professional experiences include interning at Lumina Foundation and directly supporting low-income families through nonprofit and government programs. Outside of ESG, Susana serves on the board of Alimentando al Pueblo, a non-profit working to promote healing through comunidad, comida, and celebración (community, food, and celebration).

As a former Head Start child, first-generation college graduate, and TRiO Alum, Susana has firsthand knowledge of education’s transformational benefits. Susana holds a Master of Higher Education degree with a concentration in Diversity and Social Justice from the University of Michigan and a dual bachelor’s degree from the University of Washington in Sociology and American Ethnic Studies with a minor in Education, Learning, and Society.