Karriann Farrell Hinds has dedicated her career to influencing and enacting change in the political system to achieve equality on a variety of issues, including social justice, equal political representation and economic equality. A graduate of the University of California at Berkeley and Loyola Law School, Ms. Hinds has worked with some of the most effective and engaged public interest organizations, non-profits, governmental agencies and elected officials to aid them in realizing results while addressing some of the most pressing social issues prevalent today. Ms. Hinds has committed her professional life to serving and advocating for others, first as a volunteer attorney with the Harriett Buhai Center for Family Law, and later as an engaged board member of the ACLU of Southern California. In addition to the ACLU of Southern California, Ms. Hinds serves on the boards of and collaborates with multiple organizations committed to advocating for equal representation of women and people of color in elected and appointed office, including National Women’s Political Caucus of California and the Los Angeles Westside chapter. Ms. Hinds was appointed to the Los Angeles County Commission for Women in 2015, and serves as an appointed public member to the California Board of Accountancy. Currently, Ms. Hinds works as a consultant with the Public Policy Institute of Santa Monica College.