Angelina González-Aller

Community Resilience Program Manager, Center for Large Landscape Conservation

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About Angelina

González-Aller's research focuses on the relationship between representation of women and racial and ethnic minorities and public policy. In 2013, Angelina completed a congressional fellowship in the office of U.S. Congresswoman Lucille Roybal-Allard where she worked on labor, housing, and health policy, including the development of the 2014 Health Equity and Accountability Act.


To Make Sure All Votes Count, New Mexico Needs Open Primary Elections

  • Gabriel R. Sanchez
  • Janelle Johnson

In the News

"It’s Time to Open Primary Elections," Angelina González-Aller, Santa Fe New Mexican, February 6, 2016.
"Try New Strategies to Increase Voter Turnout," Angelina González-Aller (with Gabriel R. Sanchez), Santa Fe New Mexican, November 14, 2014.