Yoseline Gutierrez at the Lincoln Memorial in DC, March 2019

I knew that Yoseline was packed full of potential since the day that she stepped off the plane for the 2016 DC Summit.  Only a year later, this creative pioneer would help launch the Windrose Los Angeles chapter, our very first on the West Coast!  Since joining Windrose, Yoseline has served as the LA chapter president, DC Summit chaperone, photographer, digital media specialist, and most recently, as our summer intern.  I don’t know where we would be today without Yoseline Gutierrez!

In 2017, after serving as a volunteer photographer and digital media specialist, Yoseline was elected to serve as the founding LA Chapter President.  She worked tirelessly to build a team, host fantastic events, and create a culture of patriotic servant leaders.  Yoseline had a bigger vision, however, so she collaborated with students from Bakersfield to bring Windrose beyond her hometown.  Throughout 2019, Yoseline has dedicated a significant amount of time to training the officers leading our newest chapter in Bakersfield, CA.  Thanks to her vision to influence students throughout her home state of California, Yoseline has developed into a chapter mentor and influencer.

Most recently, Yoseline served as a development intern during the summer of 2019.  In the midst of numerous other projects, she faithfully called dozens of donors to thank them for their support. Yoseline also developed new and improved resources that our chapter leaders nationwide will use for years to come.

Yoseline has undoubtedly left her mark on Windrose, and we are forever grateful! Her passion to preserve freedom, to uphold the Constitution, and to mentor the next generation has influenced countless young Americans. Her record of leadership also points to an incredibly bright future.

Yoseline plans to attend law school in the next few years, and she dreams of using her education to protect the life and liberty of those around her. She also would be interested in running for elected office to serve her community in the future. Because of these big dreams you might find Yoseline buried in books this fall as she studies for the LSAT.  With her drive and discipline, look out law school! We wish her all the best, and look forward to seeing her on the Supreme Court one day!

Yoseline Gutierrez: Development Intern

  • Currently lives in Los Angeles, CA
  • Studying at University of California, Riverside (’21)
  • Birthday: January 6th
  • Loves reading, photography, and going to Six Flags with her siblings!
  • Majoring in Political Science and History
  • Plans to apply to law school next year!

Get to know Yoseline:

  1. Favorite Book:
    • The 5 Love Languages by Gary Chapman. I’ve read three different versions it and Gary Chapman never fails to amaze me.
  2. Favorite Movie:
    • The Chronicles of Narnia: Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe.
  3. Which US President would you like to go to dinner with?
    • Abraham Lincoln
  4. Which insect would you eat if you had to?
    • If I had to eat one insect it would be a pill bug, one bite and it’ll be over with.
  5. What’s the best advice that you’ve ever received?
    • The best advice I have received is to not be afraid to say no. It has saved me from a lot of work that would have felt like a chore and also from bad friendships.
  6. Who is your role model?
    • My role model is my mother. My mother is a wife, a mother to four kids, and a business owner. She truly does a wonderful job at making our apartment feel like the best home in the world.
  7. What is your favorite Windrose memory?
    • The 2019 Officer Retreat
  8. What advice would you would give to a new Windrose member?
    • Get as involved as you can! We understand that if you have school or other commitments there will be times when you cannot join us, but there is always a place for you here at The Windrose Project.