A desire for social and economic justice is the driving force behind Minerva Delgado’s work. An experienced policy analyst, organizer, and program
manager, Ms. Delgado has thirty years of experience on issues of poverty, hunger, public benefits and civil rights. She has appeared in print media, radio and television news and is a frequent presenter at national conferences.
Ms. Delgado is the Director of Coalitions & Advocacy at the Alliance to End Hunger in Washington, DC. In this position, she builds the public and political will to end hunger at home and abroad. She oversees the organization’s work to strengthen Hunger Free Community coalitions and champion solutions to hunger.
She is the author of UnidosUS’ 2015 Profiles of Latino Health: A Closer Look at Child Nutrition. She is the former Executive Director of Manna Food Center (MD) and has held senior positions at Food Bank For New York City, Children’s Defense Fund and LatinoJustice. She taught at New York University’s Robert F. Wagner Graduate School of Public Service, where she co-founded the Women of Color Policy Network.
Ms. Delgado holds a Master’s Degree in Urban Affairs and Policy Analysis from The New School, a Bachelor’s Degree from Cornell University and attended Bronx High School of Science. She is the Board President of Community Food Advocates, Inc (NYC). Minerva was born in The Bronx, NY.
Minerva Delgado is Director of Coalitions & Advocacy at the Alliance to End Hunger in Washington, DC. Ms. Delgado has thirty years of experience working to end hunger and poverty. As an experienced policy analyst, organizer and program manager, she has held senior positions in government, civil rights and anti-poverty organizations. Ms. Delgado holds degrees from The New School and Cornell University. She is from The Bronx, NY.