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I believe community work should come from the heart, and should be aligned with your gifts. During my time living in Tulsa, I have served in many boards and committees, I will forever be an advocate for Tulsa, the immigrant community, and the minority entrepreneurs that are the heart of our business community.



- Elian Hurtado - Business and Entrepreneurship Consultant

La Cosecha

Board Member

La Cosecha provides members of our community in need with groceries and other essential items on a weekly basis. An average family of four receives a week's worth of food at each disbursement. Additionally, La Cosecha stocks a clothing and furniture pantry. Recently, La Cosecha was gifted the opportunity to provide financial assistance to our undocumented clients through a partnership with the Tulsa Immigrant Relief Fund.



Board Member

I am truly excited and proud to be a board member at this moment, when the YWCA is expanding its work to the east side. The East Central YMCA is a multimillion project that will upgrade the quality of life of East Tulsa residents.



As a woman, a Latina, and entrepreneur and a cancer survivor all in one, I am and forever will be a champion for women. Vest Her is a great fit for my life's work and commitment to community.

Black Wall Street and N Greenwood Avenue  and Archer street signs - closeup - in Tulsa Okl

Be Well

Board Member

There was no question in my mind as to whether I wanted to be part of the Be Well CDC (Community Development Corporation). As they state: "No one should be disadvantaged from achieving their potential because of their social position or socially determined circumstance."


I have assisted the Be Well CDC with the development and implementation of the North Tulsa Forward Program (NTFP).

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