I’m dedicated to both the local real estate community as well as other organizations that advocate for the rights of women, people of color, and children. Here are a list of some of the organizations of which I am a member.
- National Association of Realtors – Our mission is to empower REALTORS® as they preserve, protect and advance the right to real property for all.
- California Association of Realtors – C.A.R. is a statewide trade association dedicated to the advancement of professionalism in real estate.
- Bridge Association of Realtors – Dedicated to supporting access to housing, homeownership, and preserving property rights.
- League of Women Voters – The League is political. We lobby for and against proposed laws–after we study them and adopt policy positions on the issues. We do not support or oppose.
- Berkeley Architectural Heritage Association – Non-profit organization founded in 1974 to promote appreciation for Berkeley’s history, and to encourage the preservation of its historic buildings.
- West Berkeley Shellmound Group – a struggle to keep the sacred and native ancestral lands available to the First Nations people of the Bay Area.
- Idle No More – Refinery Corridor Healing Walks.
- UC Berkeley Empowering Women of Color Conference – EWOCC was one of the first conferences to present women of color with an opportunity to address the racial, class, and gender issues facing American Indian, African American, Asian American, and Chicanx/Latinx women.
- Bay Area Youth Delegation to Fourth World Conference on Women, Beijing China, 1995 – Acknowledging the voices of all women everywhere and taking note of the diversity of women and their roles and circumstances, honoring the women who paved the way and inspired by the hope present in the world’s youth.