Daisy grew up in Tototlán del Oro, Jalisco, Mexico. She is the middle child of seven siblings and loves being a part of a big family! Daisy immigrated to Oregon with her older siblings at the age of thirteen. Going through the English Language Learners program and experiencing firsthand the positive impact a mentor can have in a young person’s life sparked her passion for education and advocacy. She graduated from George Fox University with a B.A. in Psychology in 2013, becoming the first in her family to graduate from college. Daisy is currently in an M.A. in School Counseling program to continue guiding better and serving youth
Ashley was born and raised in Washington state. She is the proud daughter of immigrant parents, and the youngest of five siblings. Ashley moved to Oregon to attend Portland State University where she obtained her BA in Social Science and minored in Chicano Latino Studies. Ashley is passionate about helping Latinx youth and is motivated to give back to her community. In her free time, you can find Ashley exploring Oregon and dining in at the local restaurants with her husband and son.
Aide grew up in Woodburn, Oregon. She is the oldest of six kids and the daughter of parents who migrated from Oaxaca, Mexico. Although Aide’s hometown is Woodburn, she is learning about her indigenous roots and ancestral traditions from her parent’s hometown. She graduated from Woodburn High School in 2021 and currently attending Chemeketa Community College to receive her transfer degree. Aide is passionate about social justice and serving underrepresented communities. Her hobbies include reading political books, dancing, and karaoke singing.