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Alyssa Rodriguez

Alyssa believes art transforms lives and unites us all in Christ through restoring beauty to the oppressed and marginalized.

Over the last seven years, Alyssa’s gifting in art has impacted social change in human trafficking relief and revealing the beauty of the Gospel through hope. Alyssa developed programming and continues to research using art to prevent sexual abuse in children and adolescence, as well as to bring restoration for those already abused. Her work has been done not only in the United States, but also in India and Mexico. Alyssa, her husband, and son Caleb currently reside in the mountains of Colorado.

Alyssa is the director of Civic & Compassion Development for an arts ministry called Transform. Alyssa and her team equips artists in five focus areas: art & awareness, art advocacy and policy, community development, art healing and trauma informed care, and hospitality. She has a masters in Art Leadership and Cultural Management from Colorado State University and her undergraduate degree in Ecclesiastical Art & Studio Art from Concordia University Nebraska. She hopes to continue pursuing God's ministry over her life in excellence and in the way of Christ.

Please help Alyssa continue this crucial work of raising up fellow leaders and humanizing the oppressed!

Click to learn more or donate to Alyssa's ministry project, Hermana.

You can see examples of Alyssa's work below:

Interactive Painting of Neli (Short Version)

Interactive Painting of Toha

Faces of Freedom in California

Interview on Montana Public Radio

Alyssa Rodriguez
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