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  • Sunday, April 21, 7-10 a.m.: library catalog, user accounts, e-media will be unavailable

Festival Artist/Author/Performer

Cynthia Gonzalez

Author Cynthia Gonzalez

Cynthia González nació en El Salvador y se crió en el sur de Los Ángeles. Ella es multifacética con talentos como escritora, poeta, activista y líder de la comunidad. Cynthia se ha desempeñado como miembro de la junta ejecutiva para organizaciones sin fines de lucro en Los Ángeles y Long Beach. También se ha desempeñado como Asesora Cultural y Directora de Entretenimiento para el Centro LBGT de Los Ángeles. Ha escrito artículos para la prensa local de Long Beach, y fue presentada en Los Angeles Times. Su pasión por ver una representación positiva de la comunidad salvadoreña la llevó a establecer Salvies Who Lunch. Esta plataforma organizativa sin fines de lucro conecta y eleva a los salvadoreños de todos los orígenes a través de eventos de empoderamiento y apoyo. Cynthia es la autora detrás del nuevo título de Lil' Libros, La vida de / La vida de Llort, y ha traducido más de diez libros dentro de la serie de viajes VÁMONOS de Lil' Libros.

Cynthia Gonzalez was born in El Salvador and raised in South Los Angeles. She's multi-faceted with talents as a writer, poet, activist, and community leader. Cynthia has served as an executive board member for non-profits in Los Angeles and Long Beach. She has also served as a Cultural Advisor and Entertainment Director for the Los Angeles LBGT Center. She has written articles for the local Long Beach press, and was featured in the Los Angeles Times. Her passion for seeing a positive representation of the Salvadoran community led her to establish Salvies Who Lunch. This non-profit organizational platform connects and uplifts Salvadorans of all backgrounds through empowering and supportive events. Cynthia is the author behind Lil' Libros' newly released title, The Life of / La vida de Llort, and has translated over ten books within the Lil' Libros' VÁMONOS travel series. On her free days, she enjoys watching sci-fi movies and eating rocky road ice cream.


 



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