Alejandra Lopez Nestor (ella/she/her) is currently a senior at Warrenton High School on the Oregon Coast. As the daughter of immigrants from Guatemala and Mexico, she is a 1st generation high school student with aspirations to pursue higher education focusing on public policy and political science. In addition to her studies, she is the president and founder of the Multicultural Club at WHS, Capital Ambassador for the Oregon Association of Student Councils (OASC), active in student government, and co-captain of the wrestling team. She has participated in various civic organizations including fellowships with Next Up Oregon and Civics Unplugged. Alejandra’s professional experience includes being a Campaign Intern for Debbie Boothe-Schmidt HD32, Legislative Intern for Speaker Pro Tempore Paul Holvey, and Community Development Administrative Assistant for Clatsop County. As an activist, she has organized social justice protests, advocated for bills working to protect and uplift underrepresented communities, and has been a keynote speaker for numerous organizations across the United States. Alejandra is Co-Executive Director of State of the Students working to bridge the gap between students and elected officials. She has recently been selected as an Oregon Delegate for the United States Senate Youth Program, is an intern for Andrea Salinas for Congress and Community Design Partners working to uplift student voices.