Please Welcome Analucia!

We’d like to welcome one of the newest members of the OneTable team and our first ever West Coast staff member, Analucia Lopezrevoredo! Analucia is our Bay Area City Manager and we are super excited about expanding out West.

Where are you from?

My hometown is Lima, Perú and but I also consider Portland, OR home, too.

What’s your role at OneTable?

My business card says Bay Area Manager, but my heart says Gastrodiplomat… And my main role is to activate young Jews to reclaim Friday night Shabbat as their own. I also organize Nosh:pitality events (OneTable’s monthly hosting skills classes) and work with many Jewish community partners, food vendors, and restaurants to enhance our community dining experience.

What makes you happy?

My hobbies include traveling, storytelling, dancing, scuba diving, geography, music, photojournalism, learning new languages, learning to cook world cuisines and cartography. I really, really like to travel. I also like fat babies and kitties–but again, they have to be fat.

What was life like before OneTable?

I am a social worker and ethnographer that has spent 10 years working with indigenous, new immigrant, and migrant farmworker communities to gain access to equitable educational opportunities, health care, and organic nutrient dense food. I’m also a PhD candidate in Social Work and Social Research.

Favorite Foods? Go.

I can’t pick, but I love Peruvian, Japanese, Burmese, Mexican, and Ethiopian cuisines!

Want to learn more about Analucia? Send her a welcome email at

OneTable empowers people who don’t yet have a consistent Shabbat dinner practice to build one that feels authentic, sustainable, and valuable. The OneTable community is funded to support people (21-39ish), not in undergraduate studies, and without an existing weekly Shabbat practice, looking to find and share this powerful experience.

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