Isidoro provides support for a wide range of development and fundraising activities to help identify, cultivate, solicit, and steward individual donors, foundations, and corporations; coordinates proposal development with senior staff and ACT’s international offices; manages online donor communication; keeps ACT’s social media content fresh; and ensures the fluid workflow of the Development team.
Prior to joining ACT, Isidoro worked with the United Nations, the Rights and Resources Initiative, Cultural Survival, and the Museum of the Caribbean in Barranquilla, Colombia. In 2014, he supported the newly founded indigenous party Movimiento Alternativo Indígena y Social (MAIS) in its congressional campaign, developing strategies focusing on inclusiveness towards non-indigenous voters. Isidoro is a Virginia Tech and Harvard alumnus and is currently working towards an MPA from Virginia Tech with a focus on local governance and decentralization. In his free time he enjoys singing big band tunes and boleros, playing the bass guitar, and salsa dancing. Isidoro was born and raised in the Caribbean region of Colombia.