As Regional Community Relations manager, Destiny is designing and implementing local strategies to further community choice energy in the Fresno area. She contines to build support for strategic policy objectives from policymakers, allied organizations, and volunteers. Destiny is a Thriving Earth Exchange recipient in collaboration with Shake Energy Collaborative to launch a project in Fresno, California that will advance community priorities that explore the opportunity for local decision making on community-scale energy projects including community choice energy.

Destiny has worked on air quality, health, and environmental issues in the Central Valley for nearly fifteen years. Prior to working for The Climate Center, Destiny worked for organizations such as the Central California Asthma Collaborative, Central Valley Air Quality Coalition, Coalition for Clean Air, National Parks Conservation Association, and the San Joaquin River Parkway and Conservation Trust. She is passionate about helping her community and the environment. Destiny is also a graduate of the Gamaliel National Leadership Training and Emerge California Political Candidate Training Program. Destiny has a B.S. in Mass Communications Journalism with emphasis on Public Relations, and Chicano Latin American Studies from California State University, Fresno.

In her spare time, Destiny sits on the Measure C Citizen’s Oversight Committee in which she has been a member for over four years serving the public and ensuring that Measure C funds are spent as promised to the public for Fresno County’s transportation needs. She also volunteers her time serving as planning member for Earth Day Fresno, the Sanger Community Task Force, Fresno Latino Rotary Club and Young Fresnans for the Environment. Destiny continues to be an advocate for her community of the Central Valley.