Voter Empowerment Organizer
Dulce Maria Horn (pronouns she/her ella/ellas) is a community organizer and activist. Her activist journey started at the tender age of two, when she joined the anti-war movement with encouragement from her father. Over her lifetime, Dulce has participated in a wide range of moments, such as anti-war, child and human rights, and immigrant rights. For the last 10 years, Dulce has supported a nonprofit— Safe Passage— located in Guatemala City. As an adopted child from Guatemala, she values the deep connection Safe Passage fostered for her towards her native country. From 2014-2017, Dulce worked as a volunteer English as a Second Language teacher, which drew her closer to immigrant rights.
Since 2018, Dulce has worked with Comunidades Unidas as a Youth Organizer, taking on many roles, such as Youth Lead and Voter Empowerment Organizer. Outside of her nonprofit work, Dulce works
as a political artist, creating political art and movement. Her most recent show was “Uprising,” a political movement piece in Pain and Possibility: A Community Art Series; for this show, she was a featured artist in the Utah Museum of Fine Art’s ACME Session: Reflecting & Learning from the Artists of Pain and Possibility. Dulce graduated Class of 2020 from Rowland Hall (Salt Lake City, Utah) and is currently working towards her BA degree, with a double major in Global and Cultural Studies and Spanish, with a minor in Political Science, from Whittier College (Los Angeles, CA). Dulce extends her deepest thanks to her father, who is an environmental activist, and to her mothers, birth and adoptive, for their continuous support, love, and guidance.