Carla Contreras Cabrera

Associate Project Manager

ccabrera@calstart.org

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Carla holds a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration, emphasized in Marketing from Humboldt State University. Throughout her career, her efforts have been primarily focused on creating positive environmental and social change in underserved communities through organizing, education, outreach, and engagement. Organizations she has worked with include Latino Outdoors, empowering communities of color to embrace cultura y familia as part of the outdoor narrative, The Housing Rights, promoting and securing fair housing and Levitt Pavilion Los Angeles, increasing access to the arts in Los Angeles.