Bryanna Siguenza has deep experience in student organizing, local, federal and state advocacy work. She is a thoughtful and critical policy analyst and political thinker. She brings leadership experience from her roles in student government and as a Judicial Accountability Coordinator with the abolitionist organization, La Defensa. Bryanna is concurrently pursuing her Masters in Urban Planning at USC Sol Price School with a focus on shaping the built environment to make urban regions more accessible for marginalized communities. She plans on dedicating her life work to improving the lives of vulnerable, underrepresented populations in Los Angeles County to ensure equity and reparations are finally achieved.