Luján is the oldest of her three siblings. She was born and raised in Centralia to a Mexican father and Argentinian mother. She loves to crochet and is the mother to three tortoises. Luján’s maternal grandmother’s family is also from the area so she is technically a fourth generation Centralia resident.
Luján attended Centralia High School, Centralia College and then transferred to Western Washington University in Bellingham where she majored in Communication Studies with an emphasis in Intercultural Communications and a minor in Spanish. After completing her degree she moved back to Centralia just in time for the Covid outbreak as well as to witness and become involved with many local online groups who were pushing for more visibility and local change. Getting a job at Centralia College and being a Board member of the Lewis County Dignity Guild solidified her decision to stay in the area.
Her dream is to always give back to the community that has given her so much and to want more for the next generation!