Inspired by Sara's quality of responsibility and vision, in 2012 Ana returned to UC Berkeley to complete her B.A. in Latin American Literature after dropping out in 2010, her Senior year. Upon graduation, Ana hopes to farm in Brazil through World Wide Opportunities on Organic Farms and return to the U.S. to attend law school.
Ana is the curious type. Her passions are driven by intellectual puzzles and physical challenges. Since 2010, Ana volunteered at East Bay Sanctuary Covenant, where she provided assistance to refugees all over the world with asylum applications. Because Ana is excited about food politics and animals rights, she volunteers as gardener at Sunny Side Organic Seedling in Richmond. Ana is a cycling advocate and a member of East Bay Bicycle Coalition. In 2011, Ana biked 540 miles advocating for the California DREAM Act and raised $1,500 in scholarships for her childhood friend's Masters at San Francisco State University. Ana's socio-political consciousness has foundation in Capoeira Angola and practices the Afro-Brazilian martial art and political expression under the guidance of Treinel Daniel at International Capoeira Angola Foundation in Oakland.