Ana Rodriguez-Knutsen

Content Specialist
Ana Rodriguez-Knutsen is the Content Specialist for YWCA’s Marketing & Editorial team. She believes empathy and education are key to creating a kinder world, and this belief is at the heart of everything she does.

Ana graduated from the University of Washington with a degree in Creative Writing and a minor in Gender, Women, and Sexuality. Her goal has always been to inspire curiosity and creativity in other people while simultaneously advocating for underrepresented communities.

Ana works hard to make information more accessible to a wider range of people and communities, because knowledge should be available to everyone.

In her free time, Ana enjoys cooking, reading comic books, watching cartoons, trying new restaurants, and giving impromptu lectures about mythology and marine science.

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May 19, 2023
Earlier this month, we held our 12th annual Stand Against Racism event. 2023's theme was Environmental Racism, and we discussed how racial more
April 26, 2023
YWCA’s Stand Against Racism is an annual event to acknowledge our commitment to combating racism and a reminder of the work that still needs to be more
April 12, 2023
Our Stand Against Racism event helps raise awareness about systematic and structural racism and helps us build a community in the fight for equity more
March 22, 2023
For almost 30 years, this local Seattle quilting group has created more than 5,000 beautiful handmade quilts for women in domestic violence shelters more
March 15, 2023
At YWCA, we know there's no racial justice without gender justice, and no gender justice without racial justice. It's important to more
March 1, 2023
Racism can take many forms, but not all forms are immediately recognizable. By understanding the different ways racism can manifest, we can more
Tue, 09/20/2022 - 13:02

Ana Rodriguez-Knutsen is the Content Specialist for YWCA's Marketing & Editorial team. From fiction writing to advocacy work, Ana works with an intersectional mindset to uplift and amplify the voices of underrepresented communities.

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