Katie Hill is an industrious progressive leader working to end homelessness and politics as usual. At 30 years old, Katie has lived her entire life in California’s 25th Congressional District. She has spent her career fighting to end homelessness as the Executive Director of People Assisting the Homeless (PATH), a nonprofit establishing affordable housing for the people of California. During her time there, Katie transformed PATH from a small, local organization to the largest nonprofit provider of homes in the state, and she championed the successful passage of historic ballot measures to mitigate homelessness in LA County. Katie, the daughter of a police officer and a local registered nurse, is now running in one of the nation’s most competitive congressional districts against GOP incumbent Rep. Steve Knight. Katie is working to become only the second openly bisexual member of Congress. She will be a champion for LGBTQ communities, immigration reform, and rebuilding and protecting the middle class. Katie is running for Congress to ensure often marginalized values and communities do not go without a voice in Washington.