Our Team

Carlos Alvarado
Carlos Alvarado
Staff Accountant

Carlos is a senior student of Fiscal and Financial Engineering career, with 3 years of experience in accounting/tax area and is committed to his work and willing to help others. He joined Corazón in 2019.

Julie Delgadillo
Julie Delgadillo
Executive Director

Julie Delgadillo is a sought-after leader, connector, and mentor who led a powerful team of 58 frontline servant leaders feeding the most vulnerable individuals throughout Los Angeles during the pandemic shutdown.

Julie is an expert at developing teens and women by designing programs that result in social confidence and leadership development for career advancement and pageantry.

Julie is a long-time Hunger Relief Advocate, an International Ambassador for the Economic Development of Women, and a former Miss. California, United States Woman of Achievement.

Julie is a former Board Member for the National Latina Business Women Association, Los Angeles Chapter, the former Co-Chair of Madrinas Padrinos Leadership Program through the California Latino Caucus Institute, and former Board Member of the Burrito Project.

Julie served as a civil servant, working for the United States Federal Government for U.S. Customs and Border Protection, Treasury Department, and Department of Social Security Administration.

She is a graduate of the University of Notre Dame’s Mendoza School of Business, Non-Profit Business Management Program, studied Business Administration with a Marketing emphasis at Mount St. Mary College and earned a Life Coaching Certificate from the Life Purpose Institute.

Julie loves networking, audiobooks, and discovering a new hole in the wall.

Lucy Gonzalez
Lucy Gonzalez
Community Programs Technician

Lucy supports our communities through the Youth and Family Programs, specializing in the development and facilitation of curriculum, youth entrepreneurs program, community leadership strengthening workshops, tutor training, and oversight of community center committees. She also leads and organizes the annual summer camps, soccer tournaments, and sewing and first aid workshops. Corazon has allowed Lucy to grow personally and professionally and is currently studying for a B.A. in Education.  Lucy has a technical career in the maintenance of computer equipment and digital control. She taught elementary and high school levels for 10 years, and also worked at INEGI, the National Institute of Statistics and Geography, in Economics, School, and Population Census.

Eva Rivera
Eva Rivera
US Communications Specialist

Evanguelina is an alumni from the University of California, Irvine. She graduated in June 2020 with a B.A. in International Studies. She started her work with Corazón as a Special Projects & Events intern in 2019 and is now our US Communications Specialist at Corazón. She joined Corazón to learn more ways she could help a community she identifies strongly with.

Ana Rodriguez
Ana Rodriguez
Assistant Coordinator Construction and Community Programs

Ana is a member of the Corazón team in the Tecate communities of ​​Cerro Azul and Valle de Las Palmas. She leads and coordinates the ​​construction of houses and installation of septic tanks. Ana also supports our communities through the Youth and Family Programs, facilitating youth entrepreneurs program, community leadership strengthening workshops, tutor training, and oversight of community center committees. She helps organizes the annual summer camps, soccer tournaments, and sewing workshops. Ana joined Corazón in 2019, and she had previously been an active Corazón volunteer and community leader member of Cerro Azul for over 10 years,  Ana is committed to the development of her community and the empowerment of families.

Taurino Valle
Taurino Valle
Manager of Construction and Communications

Taurino is highly dedicated to community development of the Corazon’s communities. He has been a loyal employee at Corazon for over 12 years. With his breadth of experience, he has played an important role in inspiring low-income communities to develop job skills and recognize their potential.  In 2007, Taurino began dedicating his career to social service work through the Autonomous University of Baja California (UABC). He started as a volunteer with Comunidad Corazón and with a group of, he began supporting outreach programs for academic programs, participated in developing and managing scholarship programs, and developed activities for children and adults of the 6 communities. Taurino holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Communication from UABC.  His educational background and work in social services field has allowed him to lead the programs offered by the organization in Construction, Education and Health. Taurino puts forth his best qualities for the community development projects through his strong leadership skills, honesty, empathy, teamwork, charisma and warmth when interacting with the families and volunteers that make this beautiful work in Comunidad Corazón possible.