My Hometown: Phoenix, AZ
My Education: Arizona State University, B.A. in Political Science
Selected Honors: Flinn Scholar; Phi Beta Kappa; Dean’s List; ASU School of Politics and Global Studies Junior Fellow; Graduate of Barrett, the Honors College at ASU
Selected Activities & Community Involvement: During college I was press secretary for a county supervisor race and assisted with faculty research on municipal immigrant integration efforts. After graduation, I became the Communications Director for the Arizona AFL-CIO.
Why San Francisco is Important to Me: Local politics is my passion, but working inside city government will be a new experience for me. San Francisco’s legacy of innovation in public transit and land use attracted me to the city, and as a City Hall Fellow I’m looking forward to learning more and contributing back to this remarkable place.
Something Unique About Me: I have volunteered as a gardener at a Japanese garden and worked on an urban farm.
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