Welcome, thanks for joining this adventure with me.

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About Me

My name is Ana Miller and I’m from Beaver Dam, Wisconsin. I grew up in a multicultural household and on a farm. My father is from the United States and my mother is from Colombia, South America. Growing up, I was able to be a part of two beautiful cultures, that are very unique and different from each other. I have been a part of the Presbyterian Church for four years.

I am 20 years old and I have decided to serve with the Young Adult Volunteer program for a year because I want to grow in my faith and I would love to get to know a different part of the vast cultures of the United States.

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Where I’m Serving…

For this year, I have been looking for something that I feel will really stick with me for the rest of my life. I want to learn more about myself and my faith, by being challenged outside of my comfort zone.

I’ve been partnered and working with a non-profit organization called St. Martin’s Hospitality Center/Hope Works, which provides resources, opportunities and hope to people experiencing homeless and near homeless population of Albuquerque.

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Outreach Team with Albuquerque Police Department 

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Life in community…

I love my community and all the adventures we’ve experienced together. 

Community Meals – Being able to share Colombian cooking with my community

Community Days – Like hiking, visiting Native Pueblos, or just having fun!

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Experiencing New Mexico…

The land of enchantment.

Indigenous People’s Day in Santa Fe

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Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta

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At Ghost Ranch, visiting horses and hiking

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