WHO WE ARE
Cooperative Campaigns is a volunteer cooperative of political activists dedicated to building a Santa Ana and Orange County where all residents have the opportunity to remain and thrive.
Yenni is an immigrant woman and community organizer with over 15 years of experience in civic engagement, coalition building, event planning, and working with non-profits and grassroots orgs. Yenni has dedicated her life to improving her community; most recently through her work pushing for progressive issues and candidates on the local and national level.
Andrew has worked as a volunteer and professional community organizer for more than 10 years. He has led field campaigns from non-profit organizations in Orange County and New York City that have resulted in tens of thousands of conversations with voters on issues ranging from funding for education, criminal justice reform, and protecting immigrant communities. Most recently, he co-led the field campaign for the successful Measure L Living wage campaign in Anaheim, the largest field operation in Orange County’s 2018 election cycle.
Carlos Perea is an unapologetic undocumented immigrant from Mexico. He is a public policy consultant, immigration advocate and campaign strategist with 10 years of experience working in policy advocacy, campaign strategy, coalition building and community organizing. Most notably, he worked on landmark policy advocacy and campaign organizing efforts to establish Santa Ana's Sanctuary Ordinance and Universal Representation Program.
Tracy is a community organizer and campaign strategist, and has been working and volunteering at civic engagement and social justice non-profits and community groups for over 8 years. She has led field, electoral, public advocacy, and policy campaigns in Orange County that resulted in the voter registration of thousands of youth of color, thousands of conversations with voters that resulted in flipping 4 seats in the historic congressional 2018 election, and the passage of landmark immigrant rights and renter protection ordinances. Recently, she worked on efforts to help expand Santa Ana's Universal Representation Program and to pass the Santa Ana Rent Stabilization Ordinance. Tracy is dedicated to building an organized Little Saigon community and in building true political power for working class people of color in OC.