Karriann Farrell Hinds is an attorney and social justice advocate. A graduate of the University of California, Berkeley (B.A., English), Karriann worked on Capital Hill as a legislative assistant for the American Civil Liberties Union before pursuing her juris doctorate at Loyola Law School. She spent several years practicing in general business litigation, family law and public interest agencies before making the switch to political and policy related work. Karriann serves on several boards committed to increasing equality, including the ACLU of Southern California affiliate (rooting out injustice across the land), the NWPC LA Westside chapter (pursuing gender equality in politics), as the Vice President of Political Action for NWPC California, the Women’s Political Committee and Close the Gap California. Additionally, Karriann is a Commissioner on the Los Angeles County Commission for Women and a gubernatorial appointee to the California Board of Accountancy.