Anathea Chino

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Anathea Chino

Anathea Chino is the Advancement Director at UltraViolet and leads the development team for the organization. Anathea has more than 13 years of experience in politics and fundraising at the state and national level. In Washington, D.C., she served as an Investment Advisor at Democracy Alliance and prior to that, she was the Development Director at NARAL New Mexico and a Regional Field Director for the Democratic National Committee and Democratic Party of New Mexico. Anathea currently serves on the Board of Directors and Advisory Boards of Inclusv, Americans for Indian Opportunity, and Power Pac+. She is also a co-founder of Indigenous Women Rise and a senior advisor to a Women Donors Network-funded reflective democracy project called Advance Native Political Leaders. She was also a founding board member and President of Emerge New Mexico. Anathea is an enrolled tribal member of Acoma Pueblo, NM and divides her time between Texas and New Mexico.[1]

“Who Is The Next Stacey Abrams?”

January 2021 Jessica Byrd, Founding Partner, Three Point Strategies, Maurice Moe Mitchell, Anathea Chino Co-Founder and Executive Director, Advanced Native Political Leadership , Alejandra Gomez Co-Executive Director, Lucha Arizona, Andrea Guerrero Executive Director, Alliance San Diego, Vanita Gupta President and CEO, Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights, and United States Associate Attorney General Nominee, and Michelle Tremillo Executive Director, Texas Organizing Project were all included in the list of “Who Is The Next Stacey Abrams?” by Democracy In Color With Steve Phillips.[2]

Democracy Alliance

Chino works for Democracy Alliance.[3]

PowerPac+ Board of Directors

PowerPAC+ Board of Directors, as of 2014 included Anathea Chino, Acoma Pueblo, NM, Consultant.[4]

PowerPAC+ Board of Directors, as of 2017 included Anathea Chino - Consultant San Antonio.[5]

She the People


Anathea Chino, advancement director for UltraViolet and co-founder of Advance Native Political Leadership, introduces her friend Deb Haaland, at She the People, 2018.[6]


Inclusv Advisory Board members, as of May 12, 2018 included Anathea Chino.

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