Community Engagement Coordinator
Center for Regional Change
Brandon Louie joined the center in 2016 as a Community Engagement Coordinator. His work supports the use of data and mapping by youth and adults within the context of youth engagement strategies that foster improved nutrition and physical activity levels. Brandon brings ten years of combined expertise in youth development, community organizing, and international agricultural development. His research and work in California and Central America have focused on a number of different issues, including food sovereignty, farmworker justice, indigenous rights, affordable housing, and youth health promotion. Brandon has also served as a member of the SETA-Sacramento Works Youth Council since 2014. He holds a Master of Science in community development from UC Davis and a Bachelor of Arts in history with a minor in theater and performance studies from UC Berkeley.