Sevly Snguon (they/them/theirs) serves as a Research and Policy Analyst for Long Beach Forward and supports Best Start Central Long Beach, Sanctuary Long Beach, Learning & Evaluation, and Parent Organizing. Sevly is a scholar-activist who identifies as Cambodian-American, queer, and nonbinary. Sevly's passion for social change is rooted in their lived experiences growing up in Long Beach, CA where they helped their mother navigate complex health systems. Since 2010, Sevly has been organizing for change particularly in the fields of educational equity and prison abolition while they simultaneous majored in Business Administration and Public Health and minored in Ethnic Studies at the University of California, Berkeley. Thereon, they worked with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention as a Public Health Associate stationed in Maricopa County Department of Public Health in Phoenix, Arizona where they worked on Health Equity and Maternal & Child Health. Sevly recently graduated from Johns Hopkins University with a Masters of Public Health in Epidemiology & Biostatistics with a certificate in Health Disparities and Health Inequalities. They are currently an aspiring social and legal epidemiologist, where they are particularly interested in understanding how discrimination, whether legalized or not, perpetuates adverse health outcomes.