Ana Flores

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“The importance of second and third generation immigrants maintaining their identity and relationships with their country of origin”


Ana Flores is currently the Executive Director of Mi Casa es Puebla, the office of representation of the state government of Puebla, Mexico, located in Manhattan, NY and Passaic, New Jersey. In her current role, Ana oversees the free services provided to the hundreds of thousands of people who originate from Puebla living in the Tri-State area. 

In 2014, the publication Philadelphia Neighborhoods named her as one of the “5 People Making a Difference” in Philadelphia’s Latino community. In 2018 she received the “Community Leadership” award by Latino FAMA in New York. Ana is also a board member at Global Philadelphia and an advisory board member at the PHL Latino Film Festival. In October 2018, Ana was part of the AJC Project Interchange Delegation for Latino Diaspora Leaders taking place in Israel.

She also worked at the Mexican Consulate in Philadelphia from 2010 to 2017, as head of the Cultural and Public affair departments. In May 2015, she obtained a Master’s degree in Public Administration and a Certificate in Nonprofit Management from the Fels Institute of Government at the University of Pennsylvania. She also holds a Certificate in Politics from the same institution and has a Bachelor’s degree in International Relations from the Universidad de las Americas-Puebla in Mexico.

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