Name: Cemellí de Aztlán
Date of Birth: 12/27/1980 (35)
Education: Master in Divinity, Indigenous Religious Studies and Women in Religious Studies; Harvard University, 2009
Occupation: Network Weaver & Adjunct Professor
El Paso, Texas 79930
Length of time in district: 1 year
Email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Telephone: +1 915 799 2890
Campaign website: http://www.cemellideaztlan.com/
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According to an August 2013 post to the PBS Latino Americans Blog, Cemellí de Aztlán posted that she was initially a high school dropout. She wrote that she was also homeless for a time. After returning back to high school, after a pregnancy, she was accepted into Harvard University.
De Aztlán is an ordained minister in the First Nations Ministry, according to her LinkedIn profile. She also lists herself as Adjunct Professor in the Religious Studies Department at the University of Texas at El Paso (UTEP). De Aztlán was born and raised in El Paso, Texas.
Cemellí de Aztlán acted as the spokesperson for Margarita Cabrera, responding to news media reports on behalf of Cabrera during the Uplift artwork controversy that was ordered removed by Tommy Gonzalez.
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