Andrea (Rivera) Cano, an experienced communications professional, grew up in Orange County and currently resides in Portland where she is the commissioner for the Mt. Hood Cable Regulatory Commission. With 25 years of serving community, national and international non-governmental and religious organizations, she has been engaged in some of the most fascinating political arenas.

She was a consultant for a council of churches in Ecuador, the communications director for the World Council of Churches a journalist during an emergency, spearheaded a national project to establish community-based radio stations and was the director for the Centro Alberto Rembao for Theological and Religious Studies and Christian Action in Guadalajara, Mexico.
What is Andrea doing now?
Continues to work on peace and justice issues through the United Church of Christ. This includes working as Interim Director for the Oregon Farmworker Ministry as the UCC Exploration Minister for Latino Ministries.

Andrea is also a student in at the Pacific School of Relgion with the goal of completing a Masters in Divinity.
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