Andy Lomeli is a Housing and Health Project Manager at John Burton Advocates for Youth. He has built over a decade of experience in public policy, working as an advocate in Washington, DC, and as an analyst for the state of California. A graduate of both the Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute and the Public Policy & International Affairs Institute, Andy is passionate about helping create a pipeline to policy careers for underserved communities.
Born and raised in Los Angeles, Andy currently serves on the Board of Directors for CityHearts: Kids Say Yes to the Arts and previously served on the Boyle Heights Neighborhood Council. An accomplished comedian/writer, he has been recognized as an official selection for the Burbank Comedy Festival and Los Angeles Diversity in Comedy Festival. Andy earned a B.A. in History from Stanford University and a Master’s in Public Policy from UC Berkeley.