Reyna is a leader and proud daughter of immigrants from Mexico, who came to Oregon in the late 80’s following the migration of farm work in the Marion County area. She is currently the President/Executive Director of PCUN, which was started by farmworkers and is now one of Oregon’s longest standing Latinx led organizations. Reyna grew up in Salem, Oregon and graduated from Willamette University with her BA in Political Science and Sociology. For over a decade, she has been a fierce leader and advocate for the Latinx community, receiving the Immigrant Award from the American Association of Immigration Lawyers of Oregon, Willamette University’s Young Alumni of the Year Award, Portland Business Journal’s 40 Under 40, Young Visionary of the Year Awards from Ecumenical Ministries, and the Rey España Aguila Award from Latino Network for her work in social justice causes, campaigns, movement and coalition building. Today, she is leading national efforts through her work on the Center for Popular Democracy Action Board, the Equitable Food Initiative, and the Farmworker Justice Board of Directors.