Magali Flores Nuñez

Deputy State Director, California, ReadyNation

Magali Flores serves as the Deputy State Director for ReadyNation in California. Magali brings almost a decade of experience in advocacy, community activation, and public health promotion for the most underserved children and families.

Prior to her position as Deputy State Director, Magali worked for The Children’s Partnership, a mission-driven nonprofit focused on improving the lives of children and families through policy advocacy. Here, Magali contributed to the development and implementation of various communications, quality improvement, and community engagement strategies aimed at engaging parents in immigrant communities, partners, and policymakers in discussions about healthcare. 

Prior to this, Magali worked at the Office Los Angeles City Councilmember Mike Bonin where she advanced the voice of constituents within the policy process on issues like homelessness, public transportation, and government systems improvement. Previously, Magali served as the Community Outreach Coordinator for a network of Federally Qualified Health Centers, based out of the San Fernando Valley. Here, Magali led public engagement efforts for three clinics, connecting hundreds of low-income, immigrant, families to the medical and dental care they needed. In this role, she also managed the operations of a school-based health center and mobile clinic program, ensuring compliance, fostering sustainable partnerships, leading patient navigation, and ensuring quality care. 

Magali is a graduate of the University of California, Berkeley where she earned a BA in Ethnic Studies and a BS in Society and Environment. As an undergraduate, Magali was a community organizer and student leader in multiple political and Latinx-centered organizations. Magali also recently completed a Master of Public Health at the Harvard T.H. Chan School Public Health. Here, Magali lead award-winning research, edited for journals, co-founded two student organizations for students of color and consulted Mexico’s National Director of Health Quality and Education on primary care strategies.