Mirna Loreli Cibrian
Program Officer, Latino Partnership Program
Statewide / Metro Portland
Mirna Loreli Cibrian is inspired by love, something she believes to be a cornerstone to transform communities and overall human connections. Mirna Loreli’s commitment and passion to address social and racial justice was shaped by her experience as a Mexican American. She immigrated to the U.S.A. in 1991 and was the first in her family to graduate from high school and go onto college. Oregon has been her second home for 30 years.
Mirna has 15 years of experience in the nonprofit sector where she’s served a number of roles, such as board member, advisor, community organizer and more. She joined Oregon Community Foundation’s Latino Partnership Program in 2016 as the coordinator and began leading all aspects of the program in February of 2020. In her current role, Mirna works towards building intentional relationships with Latino/x-led and Latino/x-serving nonprofits and other partner leaders in Oregon with the purpose of helping the Latino/x community thrive.
In her free time, Mirna Loreli likes to be surrounded by nature and is always curious to know people’s favorite camping spot!