Samantha Guerrero is the agriculture and food bilingual community organizer at The Idaho Organization of Resource Councils, an environmental justice grassroots non-profit. She is a human rights advocate and activist at Poder of Idaho. Samantha is a first-generation Idahoan and a daughter of Mexican immigrants. She graduated in 2017 from the College of Idaho with her Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology/Sociology and Political Economy. She hopes to connect with Idahoans who want to preserve democracy, help improve the lives of our citizens and work towards a more sustainable Idaho. Samantha lives in her hometown of Caldwell with her son Joshua.