Caring parents and opportunity

I was born in Los Angeles, and raised in Baldwin Park, and have been in Baldwin Park for 27 years now.
My father was born and raised in Los Angeles, my mother was born in Mexico and came here in the early 1980’s hustled hard to provide for my brother, sister and I the experience of living through income brackets.
From a young age my parents always taught us to always be respectful of and grateful to where we live this great nation the United States, a country that provided us with such incredible opportunity, freedom and prosperity.

Community Involvement leads to Public Service

I went through the Baldwin Park Unified School District, In my sophomore year I was appointed by the school principle and the Baldwin Park City Council as Student Commissioner to the Recreation and Community Services Commission. This is where I knew I would dedicated my life to serving others in public service.
After High School Graduation became employed with the City of Baldwin Park in the Recreation and Community Services Department. While attending Rio Hondo Community College to major in Business.
I ended my employment with Baldwin Park, though continued my public service with Cities of El Monte, and Pico Rivera in the Parks and Recreation Department.
Meanwhile was appointed by the Baldwin Park City Council to the Planning Commission, I had the opportunity to approve new business and expand business growth into the City.
(Pictured left to Right in my Planning Commissioner Term at a ground breaking: Mayor Manuel Lozano, Ralph Galvan, Council Member Monica Garcia)
I decided to move to Miami Beach, Florida and was employed by the City of Coral Gables in the City Clerks Office.

But that drive isn’t limited to business.

I returned to Los Angeles and I work to help families become properly protected, debt free and financially independent.
I am an active supporter of public safety, health, union issues, and equality rights.
I have volunteered hundreds of hours and continue volunteer with organizations like the American Red Cross Los Angeles Region, the American Cancer Society and a current member of CERT: Community Emergency Response Team.

It's time

Now I’m running for election on November 6, 2018 to the Valley County Water District to represent the rate payers, and commit to providing clean, safe and affordable water for all. I want to continue to help my community.
I would be honored to have your support!"