Ahuatl Amaro (he, him, his) is a media relations and government affairs professional with over fifteen years of experience developing and leading strategic marketing communications campaigns for nonprofits. He has worked on over 100 pieces of legislation on workers’ rights, reproductive health, affordable healthcare, immigration reform, criminal justice reform, environmental justice, racial justice, and LGBTQ+ equality.

He has trained doctors, lawyers, scientists, engineers, professors, military officers, and activists on how to effectively share their stories during interviews with CBS Nightly News, MSNBC, the New York Times, USA Today, BusinessWeek, Le Monde (France), El Universal (Mexico), the Economist and The Guardian (UK), and others.

His editorials have been published in the Los Angeles Times, the Dallas Morning News, the San Diego Union – Tribune, the Fresno Bee, the San Jose Mercury News, The Advocate, the Huffington Post, La Opinion, El Diario (New York), among others. He has served as a spokesperson for several social justice campaigns and has been interviewed by ABC, PBS, CNN, NPR, Univision, Telemundo, the Washington Post, the Miami Herald, and more.

He has served on the board of LGBTQ+ community nonprofits, has raised thousands of dollars for HIV/AIDS clinics, and has campaigned to elect progressive women to public office. He earned his Bachelor of Arts in English from Georgetown University. He enjoys playing soccer, participating in outdoor recreational sports, and writing creatively in his spare time.