Director, San Diego Black Worker Center
Center on Policy Initiatives
Born and raised in San Diego, Brisa completed an Associate’s Degree in Black Studies from San Diego Community College District, and a Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science from Point Loma Nazarene University.
Previously working as the Civic Engagement Manager for Alliance San Diego, a community organization that builds coalitions to promote justice and social change, she ran large-scale voter engagement field programs winning six progressive policy battles and assisted in registering over 3,500 people in the County of San Diego. She later became the Civic Engagement Manager Statewide for, United Domestic Workers, the Homecare Providers Union, engaging and training union members throughout California on Civic Engagement strategies, while educating member voters on local and State campaigns.
She is now the Director of the San Diego Black Worker Center, an organization created to build an equitable economy for Black workers across the diaspora and to advance the Black Worker Justice Movement! In addition to her role as the Director of the San Diego Black Worker Center, she currently serves as Board Member for the San Diego Workforce Partnership, an organization empowering job seekers to meet the current and future workforce needs in San Diego.
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