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Tamar Sebesta

Tamar Sebesta She/Her “Tamar here! I’m a senior at CSUN, majoring in Public Relations within the Journalism department. Throughout my college journey, I’ve delved into media across entertainment, advertising, and

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Robert Rosales

Robert Rosales He/Him “I’m Robert, and I go by he/him pronouns. Originally from Fresno, CA, I moved to the Los Angeles area around two years ago. With over four years

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Ogechi Ukaeje

Ogechi Ukaeje She/Her “My name is Ogechi Ukaeje. My pronouns are she/her.  I attend California State University Los Angeles, and my major is Psychology. I’m also minoring in Criminal Justice.

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Mariah Nikole Corder

Mariah Corder She/Hers “I’m a mom of 2 first, and an advocate for a better foster care system second! I spent 18 years in the system including EFC and have

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Manifa Baghomian

Manifa Baghomian She/Her Manifa is a proud former foster youth who uses her voice and her writing skills for advocacy. Manifa’s passion is language studies because, when she was in

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Kat McKeon

Kat McKeon She/Her “My education and career have focused on caring for and protecting youth. The Youth Advisory Board enables me to do this through creative projects. “

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Lonnell Schuler

Lonnell Schuler (He/Him) Lonnell Schuler is dedicated to empowering youth to make informed decisions about their reproductive health and advocating for at-risk communities. As a native of Los Angeles and

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Jessica Demartini

Jessica Demartini She/Her “Hi, my name is Jessica Demartini, my pronouns are she/ her, and I am 23 years old. Fun fact about me is that although my parents are

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Heaven Williams

Heaven Williams She/Her/Hers A former foster youth who is uniquely made and divinely crafted; a mother to a strong smart boy. An American – Belizean Queen, who loves the practices

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Elyzabeth Andersen

Elyzabeth Andersen She/Her/Hers “Being on the Youth Advisory Board, I hope to promote a trauma-informed, developmentally appropriate, and inclusive approach to reproductive and sexual healthcare. All people deserve to receive

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