Francisco “Enuf” García is a Youth Development Specialist through Public Allies and AmeriCorps. He is currently placed at Casa De Sueños and is working with unaccompanied minors from Latin America. He is an international artist and social entrepreneur that creates murals that are created with community and contain empowering themes about immigration, justice, faith, and Chicano culture. In 2008, while studying abroad in Mexico, Francisco was inspired by the work of Los Tres Grandes and Frida Kahlo. In 2014 Francisco was invited to attend the International Artist Residency in India. Francisco has created public art across the US and other countries around the world. In 2008 he won the Eric Fischl Vanguard award at the Phoenix Art Museum and was extended invitations to speak at the White House. His experiences include collaborating with non-profits, art organizations, activist, policy makers, businesses, and schools. Francisco enjoys traveling, making art, and helping others.