Patricia Hunter is a Site Coordinator for Vallejo and Oakland on behalf of USC. She is a Bay Area native, Organizational Development Leader, Certified Life Coach, Trainer, and Church leader who is passionate about encouraging others to reach their potential. She is a Communications Major whose motto is "Say Less; Do More." A proven community servant often called the "Ambassador" a connector, influencer, change agent, and advocate with her boots on the ground.
Sister Pat is Family-oriented, proud mother of five adult sons, a grandmother with a community of Godchildren. Sister Pat challenges youth and young adults to define, pursue and navigate their short and long-term goals; sharing when necessary "pivot, build a bridge and proceed." Sister Pat is an Emerge CA graduate, Commissioner, and serves as an Executive Committee member of the NAACP. She is the 2022 NAACP California/Hawaii Awardee of the Youth and College Division Advisor of the Year. Sister Pat is an active member of the National Coalition of the 100 Black Women, Inc. Oakland Bay Area Chapter, National Council of Negro Women San Francisco Section, Black Women Organized For Political Action (BWOPA) Solano/Napa Chapter, and the African American Alliance. She is a “Connectional” Officer in the African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church and loves traveling to the East Coast to serve. A lover of technology, Sister Pat also serves the A.M.E. Zion Church as a Technology Concierge.