Isaac Alferos is an undergraduate at California State University Fullerton studying business administration with a concentration in finance.
As a proud alumnus from Buena Park High School, Isaac believes in the power of community to build innovative leaders. From this, he has organized and trained leaders at his alma mater, including leadership development with student leaders in the performing arts as well as supporting first generation students gain acceptance into higher education.
At CSUF, Isaac is a proud brother of the Male Success Initiative-Fullerton, a program designed to support undergraduate men of color achieve the fullness of their potential. Additionally, he is a research assistant and project lead at the Center for Research on Educational Access and Leadership, an interdisciplinary research center that partners with educational institutions to achieve its mission of creating socially just educational researchers to help close the educational opportunity gap.
Isaac is a former Lobby Corps Coordinator in Associated Students Inc. where he assisted in campus-wide civic engagement efforts, including voter registration, census engagement, and voter education. He served with the Cal State Student Association, engaging with both legislative and system-wide policies that impact CSU students and working to ensure the student voice and perspective is a present voice in policy making. Additionally, Isaac joined the 2020 cohort of the Panetta Institute Congressional Internship Program, and was fortunate enough to study U.S. domestic and foreign policy with industry leading experts under the direction of Secretary Leon Panetta.