Albert Hernandez

Co-Director, Warriors for Peace


As the Co-Director of Warriors for Peace, Albert runs the No Ifs / It’s Good to be Me Campaign, which encourages men to embrace who they are and never commit, condone, or remain silent about family violence.


Albert has more than three decades of community service and advocacy, with a focus on equality in education, workers and voters rights, and ending violence in families. He began his experience as a very young man volunteering for political campaigns; his earliest memories include the satisfaction of working with the annual Working Partnership Holiday party, which focuses on providing Christmas gifts to less fortunate families.


Professionally, Albert is the Supervising Legal Assistant for the Law Office of John C. Dunn. In addition, he is pursuing Juris Doctorate. Prior to his current position, Albert clerked for Judge Sharon Chatman. He assisted the Judge by participating in court room discussions, hearings and trails. His legal experience ranges from misdemeanor and felony to homicide cases. 


Albert is dedicated to giving students of color an equal opportunity in higher education. As the Community Outreach Director for SACNAS (Society for Advancement of Chicanos/Hispanics and Native Americans in Science), Albert has been integral to the success of the Evergreen Valley College chapter by building partnerships with corporations, non-profits, and community leaders.  As a result of this effort, more high school students have been able to realize their full potential by attending and graduating from college with majors in engineering.