Hunter Herrera-McFarland is the Operations and Executive Assistant for PowerSwitch Action, a national nonprofit working to achieve a multiracial feminist democracy in the United States through innovative campaigns around housing equity, climate justice, worker rights, and more. She brings extensive experience in finance, human resources, technology, and event planning to the Board. Prior to joining PowerSwitch Action, she was an intern at PolicyLink and a debate coach at UC Berkeley. Hunter has a Master’s degree in Communication from the University of Wyoming where she also received her Bachelor’s degree in Political Science and American Indian Studies. She also has a background in community organizing. Most notably, she was instrumental in Wyoming adopting its first ordinance prohibiting descrimination on the basis of one’s gender identity and sexuality. She also has personal experience navigating housing descrimination because she has a service dog and believes strongly that housing should be a guaranteed human right. Hunter is an unrecognized citizen of the Navajo Nation and Mescalero Apache Tribe and grew up in a rural town in Southern Idaho. In her free time she enjoys hiking with her partner and rottweiler mix, Diya, and watching horror movies.