I am a CFJ alumni who organizes on the ground alongside our youth to continue the fight for racial and educational justice! I started organizing as a student in CFJ in 2016 and was fortunate enough to experience all internships, organize walkouts, take part in school and district-wide budgeting decisions, help lead the Police-Free Schools campaign, and much more! As a fellow human and spiritual being, I try to center healing, humanization, and liberation throughout my personal and organizing efforts. Understanding and experiencing the ways people of color and other marginalized communities often are unseen – I continue to fight for the transformation of schools to be a place of healing and comunidad (community). Dancing is my favorite way to experience joy, as well as being around my friends and loved ones. I am someone who enjoys traffic, going on long drives, and supporting small businesses, pop-ups, and events. I love exploring and traveling so if you ever need someone to just tag along, I’m your gal!