The Texas Campaign is thrilled to welcome Alondra Medina as their new Community Engagement Coordinator. In this role, she supports the communications and social media needs of all Texas Campaign functions and assists with training event planning and implementation.

Alondra is a strong Mexican-American reproductive health and LGBTQ+ advocate. She strives to create a safe space for all and be other people’s voices who need help accentuating their needs. As a previous university lead mentor and sexual reproductive health educator intern, she has expanded on her desire to help others. Alondra is pursuing a Master of Science in Clinical Rehabilitation Counseling at The University of Texas Rio Grande Valley as she has become firmly committed to bringing change to her community. She continuously pursues experiences that focus on helping and guiding others and has joined as a Community Engagement Coordinator to support The Texas Campaign mission. Alondra brings research skills, leadership and passion to find different ways to actively involve communities all over Texas to take a role in helping teens obtain information that will empower them and guide them into a healthier future.

Established in 2009, the Texas Campaign to Prevent Teen Pregnancy is a non-partisan, non-profit organization dedicated to reducing the rate of unintended teen pregnancy in Texas through research, advocacy, collaboration, and training. The organization is headquartered in Austin, Texas. Learn more at www.txcampaign.org.