Tomás Robles, Jr. serves as co-executive director of LUCHA. He became involved in grassroots organizing and activism after Senate Bill 1070 was signed into law. In 2010, Tomás became a community organizer helping to promote civic engagement and comprehensive immigration reform. Since then, he has been a key leader in coalitions and a thought leader in changing Arizona’s political landscape and moving forward issues affecting working families. In 2016, he led Prop. 206, the campaign in Arizona to raise the minimum wage. The son of Mexican immigrants, he was born in Tucson and raised in Phoenix. Tomás is a veteran of the United States Marine Corps and is a graduate of Arizona State University with a Bachelor of Arts in Transborder studies.