Isabella Gordillo (she/her), Communications and Marketing Manager, is a native San Franciscan who is passionate about education reform, immigrant rights, and racial and economic justice. She has worked in administration, program development, and communications. As a first-generation college student, Isabella attended Emerson College and majored in Political Communication. She is currently attending the University of San Francisco for a Master’s in Public Administration.
Previously, Isabella was the Literacy Program Coordinator at the San Francisco Education Fund, where she worked in under-resourced San Francisco Unified School District (SFUSD) schools to incorporate literacy tutors into the classroom and administered grants to SFUSD educators. Isabella later became a staffer for San Francisco Assessor Carmen Chu working primarily on administration and external communications. At the beginning of the COVID-19 Pandemic, Isabella co-founded Collective Action for Laborers, Migrants, and Asylum Seekers (CALMA) with a group of Bay Area organizers to financially support Bay Area migrants during the pandemic. Most recently, Isabella served as the Communications Associate at the Education Trust-West fighting for education equity through research, policy, and advocacy.