Statewide Field Coordinator
I have twenty years of experience in community organizing,and creating member participant led organizations. I am an art historian by training, and community organizer by love.
Fun Fact: “Mammas” is my German Shepard and I enjoy traveling, and going on long road trips.
I became a healthcare activist after losing my insurance in college and being unable to receive mental health services as a first generation college student. Since then, I have been fighting to make sure everyone can get the healthcare they need.
Fun Fact: Alongside my partner, I care for 4 dogs, 2 cats, 2 tarantulas, 2 lizards, 1 tortoise, and many fish.
I am a first generation Mexican-American and native Arizonan. I have worked on campaigns to raise the minimum wage, fund early childhood education, and protect the Affordable Care Act.
Fun Fact: I rescue Pitbulls because they get a bad rap but are truly sweet, loveable goofballs.
I worked as a campaign manager for a legislative campaign. Looking for new terrain, I came to Arizona where I found healthcare was an issue that needed fixing.
Fun Fact: I love to go out to a karaoke bar. Singing is a not-so-secret passion.
I’ve always enjoyed uniting people to fight for a cause. In college, I organized to help alleviate farmworker poverty. I was also an organizer in Texas and in California helping hospital workers to raise workplace standards.
Fun Fact: I love camping adventures, hiking, cooking, board games, and gardening.
I am Navajo and Zuni and originally worked in cultural teaching in the hopes to move to teaching sustainable living methods and techniques utilizing precolonial indigenous practices. Then realizing the representation needed for indigenous people as well as environmental protection led me to organizing to ensure that we maintain the ability to have our voices heard through preserving democracy. As well as protecting Arizonans in what ways I was gifted to help.
Fun Fact: As a lover of new cultures and trying new foods. I’m knowledgeable of at least a few handfuls of words in around 18 languages — at least enough to grab a bite or make a friend.