Zach received his J.D. in 2018 from University of Wisconsin – Madison.
While at law school Zach worked at the Neighborhood Law Clinic supporting clients with employment rights and renters issues including wage theft, eviction, security deposits, public housing, and discrimination. He also worked at the Advancement Project (National) working on issues including; immigration policy, the school-to-prison pipeline, and justice issues. Zach also interned for the Wisconsin Democracy Campaign, a campaign finance and pro-democracy reform watchdog group. He also enjoyed studying administrative law, alternative epistemologies, and did not enjoy the state of public school law.
Before law school Zach worked on political and issue advocacy campaigns and doing communications outreach in the Bay Area. He specialized in communications with historically excluded communities, supporting non-profit and government clients who sought input on projects small and large from the people that would be impacted.
Zach was born and raised in the Bay Area by a dynamic family community. He enjoys parks, commuting by bicycle, eating good food, and playing euchre.
Zach received his undergraduate degree in Political Science and Sociology from Gonzaga University.