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Animal Equality Proudly Welcomes Dulce Ramírez as Vice president for Latin America

Dulce Ramirez has been named Vice President of Animal Equality for Latin America, joining Sharon Núñez, Jose Valle and Matteo Cupi in leading the organization.
September 30, 2021

Dulce Ramírez has been involved in animal rights for almost 20 years, from programs to promote more compassionate food options, to actively participating in bills to criminalize animal cruelty, to the abolition of circuses and bullfighting, to legislation to include animals used for food in the country’s animal protection laws. 


Since 2012 she became part of Igualdad Animal, and in the last 9 years, she has conducted various investigations and coordinated the team of researchers who have documented industrial animal agriculture in Mexico. Together with her team, Ramírez has made Igualdad Animal Mexico the most effective organization dedicated to fighting cruelty to animals on farms in Mexico, passing the first farm animal legislation in the country’s history. 

Photo credit: Jo-Anne McArthur/We Animals

Dulce Ramírez’s reputation as an animal advocate is recognized by journalists, politicians, celebrities, and other influential people, who have witnessed her leadership over the years and have replicated her investigations in Mexico, making national news on multiple occasions. As a result of Dulce and her team’s work, 800 million animals have been saved from a life of misery.

“Dulce’s alignment and commitment to Animal Equality’s mission, vision, and values are key to our continued growth and impact for animals”. – Sharon Núñez, president of Animal Equality.


Dulce Ramírez’s leadership and international contributions have provided guidance and direction within key projects in the organization. In her new role, she will focus on Latin America and lead global operations and people initiatives alongside the Animal Equality board.

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