Cyn Gomez was raised in Baldwin Park, California. In high school, Cyn served as GSA President and NAMI Vice-President and worked on a multitude of projects addressing the mental health of BIPOC and queer people in their community. He is studying social welfare with minors in Spanish and race and law at the University of California, Berkeley. While there, Cyn is engaged in student government and advocacy, as well as, working within the Berkeley Student Cooperative. After college, Cyn’s main goal in life is to impact lives through politics, reforming systems that have caused historic traumas, and ensuring the rights of others through public service and the field of the law.