Meet our

DreamSF

Fellows!

2020

B-Rod
B-Rod
Chelsea
Chelsea Mwan'Zuzi
Cindy
Cindy Rodriguez
Daniel
Daniel Garcia
Ignacio
Ignacio Hernandez Valverde
Jaline
Jaline Chan
Jennifer
Jennifer Martinez
Jialing
Jialing Huang
Juan
Juan Lopez
Karen
Karen Vanessa Franco
Luis
Luis Calixto
Marcela
Marcela Lacayo
Marithza
Marithza Quiroz
Noe
Noe Diaz
Noremi
Noremi Marin
Railyn
Railyn Aguado
Ronald
Ronald Saravia Calderon
Stephanie
Stephanie Gonzalez Alonso
Wendy
Wendy Lopez
Xiomara
Xiomara Vilela Sanchez Moreno
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Valeria Suárez

Interim Program Coordinator

2019

Edgar
Edgar Perez
Ernesto
Ernesto Cuellar
Fatima
Fatima Cuatlacuatl
Hector
Hector Moreno Bravo
Janet
Janet Lopez-Galindo
Javier
Javier Lopez Quintana
Manuela
Manuela Garcia
Manuel
Manuel Antunez
Mariana
Mariana Hernandez
Perla
Perla Barraza
Pim
Pichamon "Pim" Parakul
Sandra
Sandra Flores Ortega
Susan
Susan Lucas Baca
Tonatiuh
Tonatiuh Ramos
Vanessa
Vanessa Cuevas
William
William Mendoza
Ximena
Ximena Valdarrago
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The DreamSF Fellowship has reinforced my passion for serving immigrants and also has given me a glimpse of what I would like to specialize in as an immigration attorney. My placement has exposed me to immigration law and labor employment by taking me on real cases, and by providing professional training on specific topics or specializations of immigration law. 

Sandra Flores Ortega, DreamSF Fellow, 2019

2018

Ana
Anny
Deisy
Edson
Hernan
Hugo
Jillian
Jonathan
Joselyn
Juan
Laura
Lizbeth
Luis
Maria
Raul
Vanessa
Yazmin
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The DreamSF Fellowship was an opportunity that instilled in me a deep sense of hope for the future and highlighted the power of policy and politics in affecting change and creating thriving communities. My experience in the DreamSF Fellowship made me aware of local policies, which pushed me to delve deeper into my interest in pursuing a career in city planning. 

Jillian Bautista, DreamSF Fellow, 2018

2017

Alejandro
Alexis
Deyana
Genny
Gerardo
Hector
Jorge
Kenzi
Lizet
Luis
Luri
Maria
Mario
Owen
Sandibel
Valeria
Victoria
Zeltzin
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Through the DreamSF Fellows, I learned the skills of coalition-building and community organizing. In order to bring about long community change and empowerment, the work has to come from within. 

Gerardo Gomez, DreamSF Fellow, 2017

2016

Alejandro
Alex
Alfredo
Alicia
Dalia
Deirel
Diana
Erika
Fany
Helen
Ivan
Julissa
Laura
Leticia
Marcos
Maria
Mariel
Monica
Pablo
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The DreamSF Fellowship leadership seminars contributed to my personal growth because it not only focused on building our professionalism, but also our personal healing, financial literacy, health and wellness, and how to do good work that supports and empowers immigrant communities.

Alfredo Coyotl, DreamSF Fellow, 2016

2015

Alejandra
Amanda
Andrea
Beatrice
Cinthia
Elijah
Irma
Itzel
Marisol
Nadia
Raul
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As a DreamSF Fellow, I was fortunate to be placed at an organization that patiently taught me all that I know today. Because of this, I am currently employed full time. I also got to meet and network with individuals from and outside my host organization, participate community in events, and overall grow on a personal and professional level. 

Andrea G. Reyes, DreamSF Fellow, 2015

2014

Ana
Carlos
Carmen
Erick
Jennifer
Jesus
Joseline
Karina
Madiha
Maria
Miguel
Nadia
Nallely
Talissa
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I owe a lot to the DreamSF Fellowship. It provided me with so many opportunities that have propelled me into the professional workforce. The DreamSF Fellowship is the real reason why I was ready and prepared to enter any career path I chose to take after graduating college.

Miguel Castillo, DreamSF Fellow, 2014

Our fellows in action!

Maria and Deyana (2017) on 106 KMEL Radio for Dr. Marshall's Alive and Free talk show.

Why CSUEB needs to take more action: My experience as an undocumented 

student.

Luis Quiroz (2017) featured story of etc Magazine's winter 2017 issue.

NBC Bay Area interviewed Maria and Valeria of the 2017 cohort.

Alejandra Sanchez (2015) video clip at Immigrants Rising

OneJustice Q&A with Miguel Castillo (2014)

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