Ayanna (Ayanna) Pressley (D-USH07)
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Capitol: 202.225.5111
FAX: 202.225.9322
District: 617.850.0040
Room 402 CHOB- Cannon House Office Building 25 Independence Avenue, SE
Washington, DC 20515-2107

Residence: Dorchester, MA
Elected: 2018    Next Election: 2024
Spouse: Conan   DOB: 2/3/1974
Committee Assignments
Co-ChairFuture of Transportation Caucus
Co-ChairEqual Rights Amendment (ERA) Caucus
Vice ChairCongressional Renters Caucus
Co-ChairCongressional Bike Caucus
FC MemberEndometriosis Caucus
Co-ChairHaiti Caucus
FC MemberHouse Tech Accountability Caucus
MemberHouse Subcommittee on Housing and Insurance
MemberHouse Subcommittee on Cybersecurity, Information Technology, and Government Innovation
MemberHouse Subcommittee on Health Care and Financial Services
FC MemberCannabis Caucus
FC MemberBipartisan Task Force to End Sexual Violence
MemberHouse Subcommittee on Financial Institutions and Monetary Policy
FC MemberCongressional Caucus on Black Women and Girls
FC MemberCongressional Caribbean Caucus
MemberHouse Committee on Financial Services
MemberHouse Committee on Oversight and Accountability
FC MemberCongressional Community Health Center Caucus
FC MemberHouse Quiet Skies Caucus
FC MemberCongressional Medicare for All Caucus
FC MemberDemocratic Women's Caucus
FC MemberCongressional Caucus for Women's Issues (House)
FC MemberCongressional Black Caucus
FC MemberCongressional Caucus on Foster Youth
FC MemberCongressional Asian Pacific American Caucus (CAPAC)
FC MemberBlack Maternal Health Caucus
FC MemberCongressional Arts Caucus
FC MemberCongressional Mental Health Caucus
FC MemberCongressional Progressive Caucus
FC MemberCongressional Gun Violence Prevention Task Force
FC MemberBipartisan Congressional Pro-Choice Caucus
FC MemberCongressional Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender (LGBTQ+) Equality Caucus


Congresswoman Ayanna Pressley (MA-07) is an activist, a legislator, a survivor, and the first woman of color to be elected to Congress from the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Throughout her career as a public servant, Congresswoman Pressley has fought to ensure that those closest to the pain are closest to the power - driving and informing policymaking.

Throughout her time in Congress, Congresswoman Pressley has been a champion for justice and healing- reproductive justice, justice for immigrants, consumer justice, justice for seniors, justice for workers, justice for survivors of sexual violence, justice for the formerly and currently incarcerated individuals, and healing for those who have experienced trauma.

In 2020, Congresswoman Pressley bravely revealed her experience living with alopecia -- an autoimmune disease that causes sudden hair loss and impacts more than 7 million Americans-disproportionately children and Black women.

Representative Pressley has turned her lived experience into action, becoming a leading voice fighting to raise awareness and support for the Alopecian community across the nation.

Currently, Congresswoman Pressley serves on the powerful House Committee on Financial Services, which remains focused on legislatively addressing issues of care, concern, and consequence to the American people. Prior to being elected to Congress, she served on the Boston City Council for eight years and was the first woman of color elected to the council in its 100-year history.