Raylene Hernandez was born and raised in the bay area and is a fierce advocate for the financial stability of BIPOC communities. She is a graduate of Downtown College Prep, class of 2015 and is grateful to have the opportunity to advocate for DCP students from an alumni, Latina and first-generation college student & professional perspective. As the co-founder of Latinas Talk Dinero, a business focused on increasing access to financial literacy education for first-generation college students, she utilizes her Bachelor's degree in Public Health and Women's & Gender Studies as a lens to critically think about strategies to increase community members' ability to build wealth. She has extensive experience in nonprofit administration and is passionate about ensuring organizations have the tools, systems and support to remain sustainable ongoing. She is currently the Development and Impact Manager with the Latina Coalition of Silicon Valley, an organization that advances the collective success of Latinas through sisterhood, civic engagement and leadership will begin her journey as the first in her family to get her Master's degree at the University of San Francisco in the Fall in Organizational Development.
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