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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January 5, 2023
Climate change is a global problem, but the divide between those able to mitigate its direct impact on them and those who cannot isn't a matter more
December 20, 2022
For nearly 130 years, YWCA has provided critical resources for women and families experiencing gender-based violence. Thanks to our team, our more
December 13, 2022
Around 60% of college students graduate with student debt, and two thirds of that debt is held by women. For single mothers, students from low-income more
November 30, 2022
Meet activist, poet, and scientist Monique Franklin, aka Verbal Oasis. Monique is a Seattle artist who recently joined us for our 2022 Virtual more
November 1, 2022
Help break down economic barriers and make the holidays brighter for families in your community by getting involved with one of YWCA's two more
October 4, 2022
Earlier this month, YWCA's Angeline's Day Center launched its soft reopening after over a year of reduced intake capacity because of the 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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