Member, San Francisco Youth Commission
San Francisco, CA
“Intergenerational dialogues are imperative to unite two polarized generations and use our unique perspectives as an asset, rather than a barrier.”
Arianna Nassiri is an 18-year-old San Franciscan who has served as a City Commissioner for four years. She wrote the measure and led the 2020 campaign for the Vote16SF ballot proposition, which will expand municipal enfranchisement to include 16- and 17-year-olds.
She is in her freshman year at Georgetown University, where she plans on pursuing a degree in business and global affairs, in the hopes of one day practicing international humanitarian law.