She is an activist focused for more than a decade on youth and awareness of the environment and health problems that affect the migrant community in California. He is the founder of the Anahuak Youth Sports Association founded in 1994 in Northeast Los Angeles.

Anahuak was created to serve as an alternative to drugs, gangs, and crime, using soccer as a hook to keep kids off the streets, kids whose families can’t afford the fees, and league equipment. Anahuak serves as a leader in mobilizing its members, particularly around environmental and health issues that affect the community.

It currently offers a soccer league for 2,000 girls and boys ages 5 to 17, at various parks and schools in Los Angeles.