Born, but not raised in California, Ressl-Moyer recently relocated to Sacramento. She is dedicated member of the Sacramento Chapter of Black Lives Matter, working on matters of public policy, communications, and healing justice. Ressl-Moyer is also deeply committed to interjecting disability justice into our work for Black liberation. Professionally, she is a Post-Graduate Legal Fellow in the Mental Health Practice Group at Disability Rights California. And she has worked with a number of government and private organizations dedicated to racial justice, disability rights and criminal justice reform, including the Civil Rights Division of the United States Department of Justice, Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights and Economic Justice, the Dorothea Advocacy Project, and the Committee for Public Counsel Services.