Executive Director & Founder | Latino Community Fund
Gigi Pedraza is a social entrepreneur, founder and executive director of the Latino Community Fund (LCF Georgia), a grant making public charity dedicated to catalyze investment, advocate and build capacity in the Latinx/Hispanic community in Georgia. Mrs. Pedraza sits on a number of boards of local nonprofit organizations including being past chair of the Feminist Women’s Health Center. She is a Hispanics in Philanthropy 2017 Fellow, member of the ARC Global Voices Panel, and the recipient of numerous awards, including the 2018 NFL Hispanic Leadership Award, being named one of the 50 Most Influential Latinos in Georgia, 2017 Caminar Latino Leadership Award, 2016 Best Organization Award by Mundo Hispánico and a 2013 TUMI USA winner.
Pedraza has earned an Executive Certificate in Non-Profit Leadership from the Fuqua College of Business at Duke University, a Masters in International Tourism Planning from the Las Palmas de Gran Canaria in Spain, Executive Business Certificates from the Peruvian University of Sciences in Corporate Training and Strategic Marketing and has a BA from the Hotel Management School – College of Tourism in Lima, Peru.
She lives in Atlanta with her husband, two smart and strong daughters, and a very naughty dog.