Dalia Rubiano Yedidia is a graduate student researcher with the California Community Partnerships program and is currently a master's student in city planning, concentrating in housing and community development. Before attending graduate school, she worked as a domestic worker organizer for ten years, organizing nannies, house-cleaners, and personal attendants to seniors and people with disabilities. In addition to leading popular education workshops, directing outreach, and developing workers' rights trainings, she supported statewide campaigns for a Domestic Worker Bill of Rights in New York, Illinois, and Chicago. She then spent three years at Forward Together, a national reproductive justice organization, where she coordinated culture shift projects and a national network of organizations working at the intersection of race, gender, and sexuality. Dalia received a bachelor's degree in anthropology from the University of Chicago. She was born, raised, and still lives in San Francisco.