I focus on the intersection of policy and the AANHPI community, and advocate for issues that impact AANHPIs across the country. I also spend time engaging youth in public service on the Board of the Conference on Asian Pacific American Leadership (CAPAL), amongst other community organizing efforts.

Previously, I worked to engage and activate AANHPI voters at Asian and Pacific Islander American Vote (APIAVote). Prior to moving to D.C., I studied Sociology and Government at Wesleyan University, where I chaired the Asian American Student Collective and taught a course on Asian American history.

I'm proudly born and raised in the San Gabriel Valley outside of Los Angeles.