Lucy Honorato was born and raised in Los Angeles, California. She is married and the mother of three kids.
She started her educational path at Los Angeles City College where she earned her first certificate in Early Childhood Development.
In 2013, she moved to Albuquerque, New Mexico where she began to attend Central New Mexico Community College. From there she graduated with Associate of Arts degrees in Sociology and Liberal Arts and an Associate degree of Applied Science in Integrated Studies. She then transferred to the University of New Mexico where she joined the Chicano/a Studies department and earned her B.A in Chicana/o Studies with a minor in Integrative Studies.
Lucy’s research interest include Women’s Reproduction Rights, Early Childhood Development, and Education among communities of color.
Lucy has experience working in Early Childhood. She has worked for the Los Angeles Unified School District and the Lawndale Unified School District in California. She has also worked in private preschool settings. In New Mexico Lucy worked for CNM Job Connections as a data analyst and The CNM Chronicle newspaper as a senior layout designer. Currently she is a G.A for the department of Chicana/o Studies at UNM and she is excited to start this journey.