Since 2012, Fernando Cibrian oversees community organizing, community building and leadership development for Mutual Housing California families. He has over 20 years of experience formerly as a community organizer in the PICO National Network and PICO California, which focused on leadership development and community empowerment through policy campaigns targeted at improving conditions for lower and moderate income families. At PICO he supported the network’s civic engagement and immigration reform efforts. He is currently a board member of Sacramento Area Congregations Together and is a former board member of the Santa Ana Federal Empowerment Zone Board that worked to foster economic opportunities for Santa Ana’s designated federal empowerment zone. He holds a Bachelor of Science from the California State University, Pomona.