Miguel Amaguana

Miguel Amaguaña

Program and Research Assistant



I support the racial equity agenda of the Equity, Inclusion, and Justice team, as well as the evaluation plan for The California Endowment’s Building Healthy Communities initiative. I also serve as executive assistant to CSSP President Frank Farrow.

I do this work because

I am committed to supporting CSSP’s growth as an anti-racist organization.

I am most proud of

My work in helping to create CSSP’s organizational racial equity orientation curriculum.

Work History

  • Youth Development Specialist, Identity, Inc.
  • Performer/Talent Artist, GALA Hispanic Theater

Education and Awards

  • B.A. in Latin American Studies, Oberlin College
  • B.M. in Vocal Performance, Oberlin Conservatory of Music

When the day is done

I volunteer with LeftWing DC, a local community organization that aspires to create an inclusive experience within global fútbol—especially for those who are historically and continually excluded from competitive sports.