The Massachusetts Black & Latino Legislative Caucus shall define, highlight and analyze those issues and concerns affecting people of color in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. The Caucus shall seek to develop a sense of political awareness among its constituents and to make the political and legislative process accountable and accessible for those who have been disenfranchised.
MBLLC Executive Director:
Massachusetts Black & Latino Legislative Caucus
Massachusetts State House, Room 460
Sibu serves as Executive Director for the MBLLC. Raised in Lawrence, MA, she has committed herself to mobilizing low-income communities of color for many years. Upon graduating from Emmanuel College, Sibu began her professional career fundraising for an educational nonprofit designed to raise the achievements of under-performing urban children. She later entered politics as a field organizer for candidates, including Alan Khazei for U.S. Senate, Governor Deval Patrick, and MBLLC member, Senator Sonia Chang-Diaz. Sibu comes to the MBLLC after having spent months abroad reconnecting with family in Kenya. Prior to that, she served as Legislative Aide to Senator Chang-Diaz where she focused on constituent services, legislation and budget work, and acted as neighborhood liaison for Boston’s highest-need neighborhoods of Dorchester, Roxbury, and Mattapan.
Sibu is an alumnus of the Commonwealth Seminar, Oiste and Suffolk University’s Initiative for Diversity in Civic Leadership, and New Leaders Council, and is currently pursuing a Masters in Public Policy at Tufts University. She is a resident of Dorchester.