Josué Romualdo is an Assistant Coordinator for the Stop Hate Project and Voting Rights Projects. Josué is a Colorado native and received his Bachelor’s degree in International Affairs and a minor in Italian from the University of Colorado Boulder.
Josué has worked with different communities and individuals from a variety of backgrounds and cultures. Some of these communities include refugees from Afghanistan, Iran, Syria, and Ukraine who were living in Perugia, Italy. He has worked directly with the Latino and undocumented community in Boulder focusing on promoting a healthier lifestyle and teaching about the importance of obtaining a higher education, regardless of their socio-economic background.
He was director of project Vamos Adelante, where he served as a resource to the community who were in need of psychological and emotional support. For many years, Josué served as a dance instructor and director at Streetside Studios in Boulder, where he used his artistic and leadership skills to bring a healthier, active, and creative way of self-expression to youth and adults from different ages and backgrounds.