Enrique Aguilar, Program Director
Enrique Aguilar has more than ten years of working for nonprofit organizations in the state of California and Washington. At the age of sixteen, he began working as Program Assistant for the Mattawa Opportunity Center— a resource center for low-income migrant families. He received his Master of Public Affairs from the University of San Francisco, where he focused his research on nonprofits for the common good and their intersection with technology companies in San Francisco, among other things.
Abraham Field, Housing Advocate
Abraham Field has been involved with nonprofits and community organizing for most of his life. Through various internships during the summers between semesters at Lewis & Clark College, he provided free medical screenings and advocated for affordable housing in the Latinx community. He received his Bachelor of Arts from Lewis & Clark College in May 2018 with degrees in Rhetoric & Media Studies and Hispanic Studies. A lifelong resident of the San Francisco Bay Area, Abe is passionate about solving the housing crisis and being active in local government.
Anai Vivanco, Community Organizer
“I am fortunate to have gained and developed organizational skills while attending Sacramento State for 6 years. There, I realized having a strong strive for change is key to act on beliefs that will lead to a successful outcome. I received a Bachelor’s Degree in Communication Studies, with an emphasis in public relations and two minors in business administration and marketing. I look forward to contributing to the progress and improvement of our beloved Latino community.”