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Esmeralda Ortiz is passionate about empowering youth through education as she is a first-generation college student herself and has seen how much education has changed her life and those around her. She graduated from UC Berkeley in 2010 and began her advocacy work with students of color and helping them access higher education. In May 2016, she graduated from the University of Southern California with her master’s in public administration through which she learned a great deal about organizational leadership and public service. After 5 years, she has continued working at the Boys and Girls Club where she is continuously inspired by students and building strong relationships that positively influence the trajectory of our communities. During her free time, she loves to travel, run, listen to music, eat sweets, and spend time with family and friends.

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