Adriana Devers

Adriana Devers

Adriana Devers is an author, educator, and cultural events coordinator. She has 15+ years of teaching experience with a BA in Spanish Language and Literature, MALS. Currently, she works as a freelancer for online reading programs. She is the Founder of Cuentos de Triadas, an organization that focuses on creating culturally enriching experiences for the community, as well as the owner of Triadas Family Daycare in Nassau County. Adriana serves as a Board Member of Westbury Arts and Latina Mom’s Connect. She is a 2022 recipient of Huntington Arts Council of the Arts’ regrant for her programs “Hair, an Afro-Latinx tale of identity, self-love and acceptance” and “De Mente/Mental”, raising mental health awareness in the Hispanic/Latinx community.

Her published Works include:

Poem “la negra del batey'' in the anthology Mujeres de Palabra, Poética y Antología (2010)

Poetry book Huellas de una Memoria Perdida (2008)

Latino Book Awards Winner, bilingual children’s book Mi Chiquitica en Luna Llena My Little One in Full Moon (2018)

Short story book “De cuento en cuento” (2019)

Children 's book ¡Todos a bailar! (2020)

Co-author of Mujeres que se atreven y superan límites, Historias de inspiración en tiempos difíciles (2021)

Latino Book Awards Honorary mention bilingual children’s book Valentina Valente, she is my dad (2022)

Spanish poetry book Latino Book Awards Finalist Huellas de una memoria perdida 2nd edition (2022)