Lynda “Brisa” Hernandez

Showing a strong interest in public policy, Brisa has participated for four years in Legislative Advocacy Day in Olympia and traveled to Washington, D.C. to advocate for career and technical education. She has been involved both locally and nationally with Family, Career, and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA). Brisa has been honored with her school’s Hispanic Academic Achievement Award as well as an Athletic Scholar Award as a varsity cheerleader. A social media campaign she spearheaded, “100 Days of Kindness,” benefitted over 5,000 people in and around Pasco. Brisa’s career goals involve working in the public policy arena to provide support and services to children from broken homes.