Dani Marrero Hi
Dani is the director at Neta. Her work revolves around using digital tools to support national and local social and cultural movements. Most recently, Dani received the Rising Star grant by GLAAD in San Francisco, sponsored by The TrailBlazer Award from Target.
Lissette Castillo is the Managing Editor at Neta. Prior to joining the Neta team, Lissette was an organizer in Chicago and apart of campaigns to pass Sanctuary City policies and to stop individual deportations. She graduated from the University of Chicago in 2014, but she never stopped repping her hometown of Brownsville, Texas.
Eduardo is a content producer and part of the editorial board at Neta.
Christopher Kurt Ramirez
Kurt is the digital organizer for Neta.
Nansi Guevara is a border artist and activist from Laredo, Texas. Her experiences growing up on the border are at the core of her visual practice. She embraces a rasquache sensibility and decolonial critical theory framework to create works focused on community. She has devoted her career thus far to creating art alongside communities and grassroots movements. She holds a Bachelor’s in Design from the University of Texas at Austin, a Master’s in Arts in Education from Harvard University, and is a Fulbright Robles Garcia Scholar.
Samantha is a content producer and part of the editorial board at Neta.
Lifelong Valley resident. B.A. in English at the University of Texas-Rio Grande Valley. Wanderluster. Hopes to be a voice for those who have been silenced or ignored. Has always dreamed of being an advocate for justice, peace, and equality.
Josuè Ramírez is an artist and housing advocate living and practicing in the Rio Grande Valley. Ramirez holds a BA in Arts from the University of Texas at Austin with a focus on Mexican American Studies and Spanish. He is the co-director of Texas Low Income Housing Information Service in the RGV where he advocates for fair housing and inclusive communities alongside grassroots organizations. Rawmirez creates art investigates relationships between personal identity, meaning, and locations particularly the borderlands through references of popular culture, flora, traditional Mexican imagery, bilingualism, graffiti culture and patterns.
Juan is a content producer and part of the editorial board at Neta.
Verónica G. Cárdenas
Joe is a content producer at Neta.
Beatrix is a content producer at Neta.
Alexandra Nichole Salazar Vasquez
Alexandra Nichole Salazar Vasquez is a queer Chicana / Mexicana from Pharr, TX. Salazar-Vasquez holds a BA from Eugene Lang, The New School for Liberal Arts with a focus on Literature, Culture and Media, and Philosophy. She is the creator of jotxs y recuerdos, an archivist podcast about LGBTQ+ experiences, spaces, photos, and social movements in El Valle. She loves Gloria Anzaldúa, Selena, dogs, and breakfast tacos.
Omar is the video editor at Neta.
Misael “Chico” Ramirez is a Xicano writer from Corpus Christi, Texas, majoring in Mexican American Studies at the University of Texas-Rio Grande Valley
Nicole is a content producer and a professional educator. She earned her B.A. and M.A. in English from the University of Texas – Pan American and believes that education is the key to create and sustain meaningful change for future generations of families in South Texas.
Ruben is a content producer at Neta.
Andy is a content producer at Neta.
Robert is a content producer at Neta.