Bianca Sierra Wolff brings 20 years of executive and legal experience to LCCRSF. Prior to joining LCCRSF, Bianca was the Executive Director of the California Collaborative for Immigrant Justice (CCIJ). At CCIJ, she was instrumental in transitioning the organization from a fiscally sponsored project to a 501c3 independent nonprofit. She is proud of overseeing the organization’s shift towards a mission based on abolition and collective liberation.
Bianca served as both Deputy Director of California ChangeLawyers and CEO of ChangeLawyers’ for-profit subsidiary, Cal Bar Affinity, from 2016 to 2020. She was tasked with leading the for-profit venture to increase funding for ChangeLawyers’ legal fellowship program. From 2008 to 2016, Bianca was the Executive Director of Oakland’s Centro Legal de la Raza where she tripled the organization’s budget and staff in a few short years.
Her passion for social justice and liberation comes from her own lived experience as a woman of color and daughter of Mexican immigrants. The first in her family to graduate from law school, Bianca holds a law degree from Stanford Law School and a BA in International Relations from Stanford University, where she graduated Phi Beta Kappa. Once she finished law school, Bianca worked as a corporate associate at Simpson Thacher & Bartlett and Cooley LLP. She is licensed to practice law in California and New York. Bianca currently lives in the East Bay with her partner, two children, and little dog Coco.