Founder & CEO
Alejandro is a community changemaker by craft, program developer by training, entrepreneurial scholar at heart: his mission is not only to curate a longitudinal study mapping legal status disparities but to build systems to support our most vulnerable communities.
Alejandro is a rising junior at the University of California – Davis double majoring in Political Science - Public Service and Economics. He is a Donald A. Strauss Foundation Scholar, a CLYLP Comcast Fellow and an Undergraduate Fellow at the Transformative Justice in Education Center at UC Davis. While being infatuated with politics of everyday life and looking for answers as to why his community is in the state it is, Alejandro strives to continue to directly impact his community. He has a heart for mentoring and often uses it as a praxis for changing individual outcomes.
Alejandro is a trailblazer, founding his own organization, Dream STEM Initiative, on a mission to expand computer science literacy and train the next generation of Immigrant STEM Professionals. He is a current intern at MENTOR's Government Relations Team. He is the chairman for Associated Students of the University California Davis' (ASUCD) DREAM Committee. He serves on the Community Advisory Board for Latino Coalition for a Healthy California, MENTOR California Advisory Board, and the My Brother's Keeper (MBK) Sacramento Coordinating Committee. His service is emblematic of his commitment to community.
Upon graduation, Alejandro hopes to continue a lifetime of civic service, academic scholarship, and changemaking. Future lawyer, author, and CEO.