Alanna Offield is the Field Organizer for the ACLU of New Mexico’s Reproductive Freedom Campaign. In this role, Alanna is working to expand access to reproductive health in New Mexico and decrease the shame and stigma surrounding abortion in our communities. She is a queer Chicana from northern New Mexico and a senior at the University of New Mexico graduating in May 2015 with a BA in Liberal Arts concentrating  in Chicano/Chicana Studies, Women’s Studies, and American Studies. She is passionate about youth organizing and served as the Student Activist Coordinator for New Mexico with Amnesty International for many years. She was the Program Coordinator for Railyard Stewards of Santa Fe and most recently the Campaign Coordinator for Media Literacy Project. When she isn’t organizing with her community for social justice, Alanna is hanging out with her daughter Hickory in their historic Martineztown home or dreaming about cruising northern New Mexico in a 1976 Cadillac DeVille.