Dominick Williams is a political and social change agent that grew up in South Sacramento. As a student at the University of California, Berkeley, Dominick organized with AFSCME 3299 to fight for fair contracts with the U.C. and pushed for housing affordability and police accountability legislation in the California Legislature. After graduating from Cal, he worked in the office of Assemblymember Shirley Weber focusing on issue areas such as higher education and police reform. He is motivated by a deep love and connection to his community that has been overly policed and wrongfully killed through state-sanctioned genocide. Dominick seeks to join a civil rights non-profit following law school to challenge precedent and upend archaic judicial systems. Dominick is a 1L at UC Berkeley School of Law.