Hayley grew up in the sprawling suburbs of Los Angeles, escaping to the green hills of the Bay Area as soon as she was able. After earning an undergraduate degree in International Development from the University of California Berkeley, she started and ran a small business; ran a human rights campaign to protect the rights of women, girls, and LGBT people worldwide; and managed communications initiatives for the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission.
Hayley has a Masters of Science degree from the University of Michigan’s School for Environment and Sustainability in Environmental Policy and Planning where she focused on the intersection between equitable urban planning and open space conservation, as well as agricultural policy. She is excited to use her experience and background to support thoughtful development and protect open space in Alameda and Contra Costa Counties.
Hayley is an avid cyclist, backpacker, and outdoor adventurer, and loves growing food and native plants at her home in the East Bay.
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