Breanna Diaz is a queer, Latinx woman whose lived experience deeply informs her advocacy. She received her law degree from American University, Washington College of Law. Prior to joining PWN, Breanna served as Junior Legislative Counsel at the Human Rights Campaign advocating for state and federal issues impacting the most marginalized of the LGBTQ community. Her policy and advocacy areas of interest include immigration, criminal justice, and voting rights. Breanna also serves as the co-director for Pull For Pride, an annual, national power-lifting event that raises money for local LGBTQ organizations directly serving the community. Breanna currently resides in Richmond, Virginia, but will forever be a proud Texan.
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