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Martha Girón-Correa

Community Organizer,
Northeast Colorado

Martha is Colombian and lived in Spain for 20 years before moving to Colorado. She has now lived here for 6 years working as an early childhood teacher. She specializes in working with Latino and immigrant families. In addition, she has three children and likes hiking, poetry and crafts.

Saira Yasmin Hamidi

Senior Community Organizer,
Northeast Colorado

Saira brings her background in community organizing, international philanthropy, global education and social justice theatre to The Trust. She is an abolition feminist and passionate agitator committed to racial justice and liberation for all. Creativity and collaboration are among two of her core values on which she builds her life’s work. She enjoys writing, baking with her daughter, learning languages, traveling and connecting with others over food. She also likes experimenting with fermentation—namely, her home-brewed kombucha.

Krista Martinez

Community Partner,
Northeast Colorado

Krista has been doing grassroots and community-based work in Colorado since a young age. Her background and expertise are in equity-focused strategic planning, coalition and network building, and individual and community coaching around racial justice, power and equity. Born and raised in Colorado, Krista now resides in Fort Collins with her growing family and chosen family of plants, animals and humans alike.

Kelly Pollard

Project Administrator,
Northeast Colorado

Kelly worked for over a decade in the nonprofit reproductive-justice community. She managed major transitions that included Medicaid expansion and Affordable Care Act implementation. She has loved having the opportunity to watch her son grow and evolve. In her spare time, she tries to maintain a regular yoga practice and keep her little backyard homestead alive.

Adriana Quintero

Community Organizer,
Northeast Colorado

Before working at The Trust, Adriana worked for Poudre School District and various nonprofits with a focus on advocating for and empowering immigrant families. She has been involved with the immigrant community for over 18 years. Adriana brings a strong background in activism, community organizing and social justice. She is originally from Mexico and is the mother of three. In her free time, she enjoys dancing and spending time with her family.

Rena Trujillo

Community Organizer,
Northeast Colorado

Rena recently graduated from Colorado State University with a bachelor’s degree in ethnic studies and a minor in women’s studies. As she navigates post-grad life, she commits to deepening her understanding and responsibility to communities as a grassroots community organizer. Rena believes there is power that lies at the intersection of embodiment, land-based practices, and social and environmental justice. She is a proud plant and puppy companion—and aunt of 10 younger nephews and nieces.