Frank Romo is the National Organizer for the Million Hoodies Movement for Justice, supporting our national network of students, artists, and young people of color to end mass criminalization and gun violence. He is a trained community organizer and educator focusing on community development and educational attainment in low-income communities. While working in Los Angeles he organized for higher wages for service workers throughout the city and established a sustainable mentoring program for underrepresented youth. Frank has worked with public agencies across the U.S. as an educational consultant, community organizer, and planning associate advocating for greater equality in cities. He is currently working towards a Master’s in Urban Planning at the University of Michigan and furthering his passions of activism, organizing and data analysis.