Samantha Guerrero is a first-generation Idahoan and the daughter of Mexican Immigrants from Michoacán and San Luis Potosi. She graduated from the College of Idaho with her Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology/Sociology and Political Economy. Samantha is a local immigrant rights activist, community organizer for IORC since 2019, and elected official for Idaho’s largest community college. Samantha co-founded the Idaho Immigrant Resource Alliance, a coalition of eight nonprofits, to bring together resources for immigrant and migrant families during COVID and to provide relief. Distributing local and organic food to rural areas where farmworkers live has been an eye-opening experience for the IORC ag and food team. There are very few BIPOC farmers in Idaho and we would like to support the next generation of land stewards, increase land access, and food access to all.