Aboubacar "Asn" Ndiaye, Partnership for the Bay’s Future Challenge Grant Fellow, works with the City of San Jose and Somos Mayfair to address displacement through a tenant preference policy, a preservation strategy, and alternative models for homeownership like community land trusts and limited equity co-ops. Prior to joining the fellowship, he served as policy manager for Working Partnerships USA, a community organization bringing together the power of grassroots organizing and public policy innovation to drive the movement for a just economy. Before Working Partnerships, he worked as a strategic researcher for SEIU Local 1, responsible for planning and developing organizing campaigns for building services workers in the Midwest. Aboubacar holds a bachelor's degree in government from the University of Texas at Austin. Outside of work, Aboubacar enjoys traveling, labor history, and watching Ken Burns documentaries.