Adryana Aldeen (Formerly Adryana Boyne) is a consultant, freelancer analyst and strategist on public policy, politics, business marketing and Hispanic issues. She is Senior Correspondent of Texas Insider, Vice President of Programs of the Austin Economic Club and Senior Public Policy Advisor of PIC Public Integrated Communications. Adryana is recognized as top conservative Spanish-speaking voice in the national media. As a US Elections Expert she participated with the Bureau of International Information Programs at the Department of State. - She served for nine years as the National Director of VOCES Action, a non-profit organization which informed, educated, and empowered Latinos regarding public policy. Adryana served as the Director of Development for True the Vote’s Hispanic initiative: Voto Honesto and as an expert on democracy as viewed through the electoral process. Adryana hosted the weekly conservative radio show, “VOCES con Adryana” in Spanish via NXA Radio. Her columns are also published at TexasGOPVote.
As a free-lance analyst and commentator Adryana is frequently featured nationally, statewide and locally on Univision, Telemundo, CNN Español, FOX News, ABC and other media including: Al Punto con Jorge Ramos, Enfoque con José Díaz Balart, Noticias Univision, Conexión Texas, Voz y Voto, Noticiero Telemundo, Enfoque, Fox News, Huckabee Show, CNN, Choque de Opiniones, Contacto USA, BBC, Zona Politica -Univision America, El Show the Oscar Haza, Mega TV, El Show de Rick Sanchez- Mira TV, El Show de Maria Elvira, Al Jazeera, BBC, Televisa, TV Azteca, HITN, NTN24, The Wells Report, The Mark Davis Show at 660 AM The Answer, Point of View, KCBI, Radio Luz, etc. Adryana has been an analyst on presidential debates in the last three presidential elections.
An outstanding, eloquent communicator, public speaker and skilled debater,- in English and in Spanish- Adryana has traveled to more than 40 states in the Union and to several countries. She has been listed as a Spanish-speaking expert at top national conservative thought leadership organizations by the Media Research Center: MRC Latino in Washington, D.C. Her commitment to the international conservative cause was awarded with the Global Leadership Award by The Leadership Institute. Adryana frequently serves as a surrogate for the Republican National Committee. She has been featured in the movie UnFair: Exposing the IRS. She is also featured in the series “Nuestra Constitución.”
Adryana is a graduate of Criswell College with a degree in Bible and cross-cultural studies. She also has studied communications, government and history and was professionally trained in media by Merrie Spaeth - former Director of Communications of the White House during the Ronald Reagan Administration - at Spaeth Communications and have received training in communication, politics, and government at The Leadership Institute. Currently she also serves as part of the visiting faculty of The Leadership Institute at the International Leadership Training School and at their nationwide workshops Issues that Unite: Latinos and Conservatism. Adryana was born in Puebla, Mexico, moved to the USA during her college years and became an American citizen in 1994.
Adryana has been speaker at several events like the Texas Tribune Festival, The Leadership Institute, The Heritage Foundation, Faith and Freedom Coalition, Freedom Works, True the Vote, Americans for Prosperity, Republican groups, CPAC, and community and church groups around the nation. She was the only Latino speaker at the Republican Party of Texas Convention in 2010, a speaker at the Texas College Republican Convention, a Republican National Delegate in 2008, 2012 and recently in 2016, and a state delegate in 2008, 2010, 2012, 2014 and 2016. She was honored in 2009 and 2010 by the RNC among the Top Hispanic Republicans Making Their Voices Heard. Adryana married healthcare attorney Doug Aldeen on April 22nd, 2017 in a private ceremony officiated by Texas Supreme Justice Eva Guzman. The Aldeens reside in Austin, TX and together they are the parents of five outstanding young men and one outstanding young lady (Nathan*- Stanford University, Adam – University of Michigan, Abigail- University of Iowa, Samuel* - Georgetown University, Sam and Charles -University of Montana) Adryana ran for office in 2014 seeking the Republican nomination for District 102 of the Texas House of Representatives. She has been involved in supporting conservative legislation during the last five Texas Legislative Sessions.