Julianna Horcastas, Marketing Intern
Julianna Horcasitas, a 20 year old woman born and raised in the Bay Area. She is a peace advocate for her community and the world. She has been working with non-profit organizations within her community since her teenage years. Her purpose is to be a positive light and an influence to spread awareness of using peaceful ways to challenge violence ways.
Breanna Le Blanc, Program Coordinator Intern
Breanna, 19 years old from West Hollywood, California, is a business woman, an athlete and a dedicated student. Breanna currently attends Laney Community College majoring in Business Administration and minoring in Kinesiology. She will be transferring to the University of Southern California in the fall of 2020. Breanna has a vision of using community engagement to create sustainable and equitable opportunities for youth.
Bruck Haile Tsegaye, Finance Intern
Bruck Haile Tsegaye is a 17-year-old student currently going to be a Rising Senior at MetWest High School. Bruck comes from a very political family and acknowledges the power of staying informed about policies that impact people of color. Additionally, Bruck is very interested in history and politics.
Leticia Bagwell, Program Coordinator Intern
Leticia is 17 years old and was born and raised in Oakland. She attends skyline high school and has played basketball, volleyball, and golf. This upcoming year Leticia will be playing football. Her favorite color is black and white. She is mixed with Puerto Rican, Mexican, and African American and so many other nationalities. She is proud of where she comes from and everything that makes her who she is.
Misael Romo, Facilitator Intern
Misael Romo, I am from Oakland, California. I currently live with my dad, mom, and my older brother. A couple things about me is that I like to play video games, listen to music, and play soccer during my free-time. These are also my go-to methods to calm down, stay focus and just having fun. I was introduced to BAY-peace through YEP which helps place and train youth for jobs. Being here at BAY-Peace I would like to become an artist, increase my poetry, and learn what it takes to be a successful facilitator.
Felix Amaya, Program Intern
Felix Amaya is a senior at MPA. He loves to play sports because it keeps him active and hyped up throughout the day. Felix joined Bay-Peace because we help our community to be aware of the different social injustices that are going on around the world.