Senior Advocacy Officer, Conrad N. Hilton Foundation
2021 HALO Award Selection Committee
Seyron manages the advocacy strategies that advance the Conrad N. Hilton Foundation’s programmatic goals on making homelessness rare, brief, and non-reoccurring in Los Angeles; supporting transition age foster youth in attaining their education goals; and cultivating successful career pathways to transform the lives of opportunity youth. As Senior Advocacy Officer, he also leads advocacy efforts across the Foundation’s initiatives in Los Angeles. Previously, Seyron oversaw public policy and government relations at Southern California Grantmakers and Philanthropy California, where he led initiatives that strengthened philanthropy’s partnerships with state and local governments. He has experience in various government sectors, including the California Senate Majority Leader’s Office and the City of Long Beach. Seyron serves as a gubernatorial appointee to the California Board of Psychology, where he currently serves as Board President.