Born and raised in Winnemucca, Nevada, Claudia Castañeda is a first-generation Mexican-American with a strong passion for social issues, which led her to pursue a Master's in Social Work at the University of Nevada, Reno.
Claudia has over 20 years of experience in community and media outreach, organizing, and building/establishing relationships within underrepresented and underserved communities. Claudia has focused on social priorities like youth, immigration, and suicide prevention and has managed and implemented Youth Leadership Summits for over thirteen years for Hispanic and Native American high school students in Nevada. She also volunteers and serves on boards with numerous respected organizations, including the Sheriff's Community Engagement Committee, Board of Directors Secretary for High Desert Montessori, and Northern Nevada Subcommittee and Immigration Committee for the Nevada Hispanic Legislative Caucus. Claudia has worked for numerous respected organizations, including but not limited to the Indian Health Board of Nevada, Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, Nevada 2-1-1, Crisis Call Center, and AmeriCorps TVC.
Resourceful, an activist, and an advocate with deep roots in the State of Nevada and surrounding communities and extensive experience in the field, Claudia joined the IC Media Strategy team as the Community Relations Specialist in 2021, while continuing to wear several hats and serve the community. Claudia is also a single mom to an active 7 year old boy and enjoys the outdoors, traveling and attending rallies during her free time.
Born and raised in Argentina, Indira Wislocki became an activist at a very young age, which led her to study Anthropology & Ethnolinguistics at UNR in order to have the tools to make an impact in her community.
Due to the lack of resources available in her country, she trained herself in different fields to better serve Non-profits and grass-roots organizations, including web development, social media management, advertising, and community outreach.
Indira has focused on social issues like domestic violence, reproductive rights, adult literacy, and poverty, implementing programs to fill-in the gaps in government assistance. From 2018 to 2020, she also served small rural communities in Thailand and Cambodia, teaching English, Science, and History, and organizing child care programs.
Indira joined the IC Media team in 2021, where she continues to advocate for the rights she believes we all deserve.
Single mom of a tireless 8 years kid, world traveler, she continues to serve her community and everyone who reaches out for help in her free time.
We are the only agency in Northern Nevada with a focus on Hispanic Strategy/Outreach and with the knowledge and tools to allow your message to reach a larger audience. We carefully craft an all-inclusive strategy that takes skills, experience and cultural understanding to create a strong and meaningful interaction and one that connects with this flourishing community. We make sure not to make the mistake that many agencies do by using a one-size-fits-all approach when trying to reach the Latino population.
We carefully craft an all-inclusive strategy that takes skills, experience and cultural understanding.
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