Anabella has been a janitor for 22 years, originally from Guatemala, mother of 3 children and proud grandmother of a granddaughter. As a long-time survivor and advocate, she has helped build survivor and worker leadership to confront sexual harassment in the cleaning industry with the Ya Basta! campaign since its inception.

In 2016, she was part of a 5-day hunger strike at the Sacramento Capitol that led to the passage of AB-1978, the Property Service Worker Protection Act, which requires sexual harassment training jobs on-site for cleaning companies.