Shauna Reyes was born and raised in Oregon, and moved to Texas when she was 20 years old. She is a mother of three, the wife of a Second Looker, and an advocate for juvenile justice reform. In 1995, her youngest brother was charged and sentenced as an adult when he was just 15 years old. His sentence came on the heels of the “you do the crime; you do the time” superpredator campaign in the 1990’s. This pivotal moment propelled her toward law and policy and its effects on juveniles.

For the last 20 years, Shauna has served in various areas of youth ministry and recently earned a B.S. in Law and Public Policy. Her vision is to be instrumental in passing Second Look Texas into law; a bill she has advocated for the last five years.