Anallely Martin is CIPC’s Legislative Assistant. In this position, she works in support of the government affairs and operations teams. Before joining CIPC, Anallely worked to provide direct legal services to marginalized communities. She supported the immigrant community through her work at Social Justice Collaborative and the incarcerated community through her work with the Loyola Project for the Innocent.
Anallely also brings policy experience having interned at the U.S. House Judiciary Committee in Washington, D.C. During her internship, she worked to uplift federal policies that support the civil rights and civil liberties of marginalized people throughout the country.
During Anallely’s undergraduate career, she was heavily involved in her university’s student government. Through student government, she advocated for additional resources to support Latino and undocumented students. She also advocated for the wellbeing of marginalized students on campus during the peak of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Born and raised in Palm Springs, Anallely attended UC Berkeley, where she graduated with a bachelor’s degree in legal studies. She is the proud daughter of Mexican immigrant parents who taught her the value of uplifting and supporting communities in need. Her parents and her Latino community have inspired Anallely to work for systems change.
When she’s not working, Anallely loves spending time with her family and friends and enjoys going on walks, hikes, and traveling to new countries.