Nina Sanchez

Enrich Chicago
Chicago, Illinois

Nina D. Sánchez, Director of Enrich Chicago, collaborates with a collective of 31 arts and philanthropic institutions working to end systemic racism in the arts. She has served in a variety of capacities within multicultural leadership initiatives, direct-service, and education sectors, building anti-racism frameworks, disrupting systemic inequity at its core, and mobilizing strategic plans into meaningful programs, opportunities, and institutional/individual actions. She leverages her strengths of strategy, ideation, and assessment to be an active voice for effective policies and systemic interventions that support increased racial equity her hometown of Chicago.

Nina received her Masters of Arts in Latin American & Caribbean Studies from the University of Chicago and a BA in Anthropology and International Affairs from Colorado College. She is a 2017 Surge Institute Fellow and serves on the board of directors of the Chicago Foundation for Women.