Eve Delfín is a second generation Chicana, raised in Berkeley where she is active in the community working on several campaigns and supporting community initiatives. She has dedicated the last twenty years to underrepresented, at-risk youth and violence prevention in public schools and the community.Eve has worked at several TK-12 Oakland Unified schools including the Juvenile Justice Center in the first cohort of Community School Managers, a critical role as a high-level administrator managing, leading, and coordinating integrated community partnerships. Currently, Eve is a Latino Student Achievement Targeted Student Specialist in the Office of Equity for Oakland Unified School District. In this role she strives to create the educational and systemic conditions, culture, and competencies necessary to advance Latino student achievement within a full-service community school district. Eve received her Master’s Degree in Interdisciplinary Humanities with an emphasis on Chicano Studies from UC Merced. Eve keeps in touch with her heritage and culture through traditional folklorico and has danced semi-professionally touring the U.S and Latin America.