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Choya brings sixteen years experience working with people from marginalized communities. Her experiences witnessing systemic inequities inspire her commitment to anti-oppression work; her passion manifests in education, organizing and advocacy toward bold goals of social change. She has a BA in American Studies and Family Studies from Marlboro College, and has facilitated social change processes with nonprofit organizations, state employees and the broader community. Choya has served on the Boards of Directors for Sisters Of The Road and Speaking Out Against Sibling Sexual Abuse, and is a founding member of Showing Up for Racial Justice (SURJ PDX). An intrepid bike commuter, when she's not working or activisting, look for Choya in her garden.