Fran Lujan is the granddaughter of Mariano L.G. Lujan, a well-known
island blacksmith who made everything from machetes and fosiños to
tiheras pugua’. She was raised in the village of Agana Heights and
currently resides in Long Beach, Calif.
Fran is a member of an in-house creative services team for Broadcom
Corporation, a Fortune 500 global communications semiconductor
solutions company. Prior to joining Broadcom, she was the associate
director of exhibits and community engagement at the Pacific Island
Ethnic Art Museum in Long Beach where she handled curating, exhibit
installation, docent training and community outreach. She holds an
M.A. in Communications from California State University, Fullerton and
a B.A. in Journalism from Seattle University in Washington.
Fran Lujan can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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