María D. Domínguez (she/ella) is a multiskilled advocate and attorney dedicated to advancing intersectional racial justice and equity. Born and raised in East Oakland on Ohlone Land, she is grounded in her indigenous, immigrant, working-class, first-generation Salvadoran Mexican roots. María has led numerous community organizing, people-powered campaigns in Oakland, Alameda, and throughout the East Bay. Her present work is in health equity and environmental justice in the government sector. A proud Oakland public schools and Peralta community colleges alumna, María has a Bachelor’s degree in Ethnic Studies from Mills College and a Juris Doctor from the University of California, Hastings College of the Law. María enjoys weaving networks, dancing, and singing.