Melodía is a born and raised West Texan who escaped the panhandle in search of adventures and travel. After working as a flight attendant and living all over the United States, Melodía earned a Political Science degree from the University of Utah’s Hinckley Institute of Politics with an emphasis in immigration politics and non-profit advocacy.
In the past, Melodía has worked as a campaign manager, political operative, and non-profit advocate. Currently, Melodía works as the Associate State Director for Advocacy and Outreach for AARP. She also serves on the board for 60&Better of Tarrant County, the American Association of University Women of Texas, and the Coalition for Aging LGBT of North Texas.
When Melodía isn’t working hard for a cause you can find her at the gym or curled up with a good book and her dogs!