Bayoán is the Senior Program Manager in the Liberty Hill Foundation’s Environmental Heath and Justice Department. He is currently working with community-based originations in the City and County of Los Angeles on campaigns that advocate for the end of oil drilling and the implementation of programs for low-income communities of color to overcome barriers to sustainable energy usage. Throughout his career, he has been driven by work that creates tangible equitable outcomes for historically disenfranchised populations. He views people and conditions through a social justice lens and implements culturally inclusive methods to work with socially, economically, and racially diverse groups of people.
Over the past decade, Bayoán has worked in various grassroots organizations. He spent three years organizing food services airport workers for UNITE HERE in New York, NY. As a community organizer for the Dudley Street Neighborhood Initiative’s Sustainable Economic Development team in Boston, MA he worked closely with community land trust residents on neighborhood revitalization projects. After receiving his Master of Public Policy from Tufts University, he relocated to Los Angeles and worked at the East L.A. Community Corporation in the Affordable Housing Real Estate Department.