Rosa Araceli Torres| Board of Directors
Rosa Araceli Torres (prefers they/them/theirs pronouns) is an indigenous rights activist, facilitator, and emerging museum professional. They identify as a transracial adoptee whose indigenous roots lie in Tepexi, Puebla, MX. Rosa is completing their associate’s degree in Economics under the CAMP Scholarship through the BUENO Center at the University of Colorado at Boulder. They are currently housed at Aims Community College, but their plan is to transfer to the four year institution to further their education in International Studies and Art History. As a student, Rosa has been fortunate to have had the opportunity to work for various nonprofit cultural institutions, but their heart lives for nonprofit management in museums and in the visual arts field. They are proud to be representing LGBTQ people of color and non-binary youth on the board for CSC. They are grateful to be working with a organization that stands with providing racial equity and mobilizing the arts. They aspire to bring the CSC 3 model to all aspects of their life. They were raised by botanists in the ever moody, but lovely, Colorado and as a result they have plants as pets. They have taken an interest in grant writing, birth help, heritage arts, and various other expanding interests through (un)learning strategies. You can also find them under their visual artist name Araceli Alto.