Lucero González Alvarado received her BA in social work degree from Arizona State University. Throughout her time in the social work program, she worked as resource specialist for the homeless population. She then worked as a Licensing Specialist to license families to foster and certify families to adopt. The skills she gained from these experiences were managing documentation, providing support and resources through individualized plans, completing home studies, providing crisis intervention, providing ongoing training and counseling resources. In 2015, she received an academic award from the MCC Social Work Program – Aspiring Social Change Agent Nominee and Award. In 2017, she received the ASU Dean's List recognition and was in the top four candidates for the UNICEF Global Citizenship Fellowship – End Trafficking Fellow.
Upon graduating, Lucero starting working as a Family Finding Specialist at Arizona's Children Association. She worked as a contractor to DCS - Arizona Department of Child Safety. In her role she worked with cases where family wasn’t able to be located for children, and she successfully found family connections for four children in her time at AzCA. In her free time, Lucero has worked as a tutor to help refugee children and families learn to read. She is also a youth mentor at a local church with middle school, high school students, and young adults to build community and help them process life situations. Lucero has a heart for people and especially has a heart to stop human trafficking in her home state of Arizona, and around the world. She is committed to fight for justice and speak up through advocacy for those without a voice.