Isuri Sadadhy Ramos is the daughter of Mexican immigrants from Acapulco and Puebla. Santa Ana, CA became their home upon arriving to the United States, and a place filled with culture and resilience. She attended Santa Ana public schools and the University of California, San Diego where she joined Lambda Theta Nu Sorority, Incorporated and earned a B.A. in International Studies – Political Science and Urban Studies Planning. Isuri returned to Santa Ana and began working for The Kennedy Commission as a Community Organizer and is now their Policy Analyst. Isuri is also the Chairwoman of the City of Santa Ana’s Community Redevelopment and Housing Commission, a Santa Ana Building Healthy Communities Board Committee member, a Board Member for Chispa, and is serving her second term as a 69th Assembly District Delegate for the California Democratic Party. In her free time Isuri enjoys hiking and traveling.