I am a Public Health Advocate because I am passionate about my work to prevent and challenge the political, social, and economic systems that sustains racial, economic and health disparities. I believe good health is a right and not a privilege. These health disparities can be addressed through policy change to better the disadvantage communities in the Central Valley. I am a graduate of California State University, Fresno and received my degree in Public Health, Community Health and a minor in French. I love to work out daily and I enjoy reading.