Meet the newest member of our team: Daisy!

Name: Daisy Quiñonez
What high school did you go to: David Douglas HS, in East Portland ~ Go scotsmen!
Favorite democracy memory: Standing 3+ hours waiting to see President Obama at a the Convention Center when I was in high school and [almost!] shaking his hand. #sademojiface
If you had a dance party and could only play one song on repeat what would it be: Get Busy – Sean Paul
Who runs the world: Geminis
Anything else Bus Family should know about you: I was a Bus intern/volunteer when I was a high school student and I’m beyond stoked to be back on the Bus!
Daisy is a Chicana from Portland, OR and a graduate from the University of Oregon with a bachelor’s in Planning, Public Policy, and Management. She got her first taste in advocacy and political organizing while in high school when she advocated for local youth policies as Co-Chair of the Multnomah Youth Commission and phone-banked and knocked on doors interning for the Bus Project. While at UO, Daisy worked on the 2012 Vote or Vote campaign and served as a Legislative Fellow with Planned Parenthood Advocates of Oregon for the 2015 legislative session. She has also worked as a field organizer in a statewide ballot measure campaign and organized college students around the state around issues of public higher education. Daisy’s work is driven by a passion on racial justice, LGBTQ+ justice, reproductive rights, immigrant rights, and youth empowerment. When she catches some downtime, Daisy loves going to music shows, reading feminist lit by women of color, and building up her lipstick collection.
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