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I have lived in Half Moon Bay for 33 years and have been active in the community for over 20 years. I am bilingual in Spanish and English. I have a degree in Sociology from CSU Chico, and came back to Half Moon Bay after college in order to serve the community I grew up in. I have worked in various capacities throughout the county of San Mateo, and I am a founding member of the Latino Advisory Council of Half Moon Bay. My involvement with the community includes, but is not limited to, being a 5th Grade teacher in the Immersion Program at Hatch School for the Cabrillo Unified School District and then a Juvenile Correctional Officer for the County of San Mateo in the Juvenile Probation Department, and working with nonprofit organizations such as Puente de la Costa Sur and Ayudando Latinos a Soñar (ALAS). I’m currently an ALAS Liaison and Community Outreach Coordinator for farmworkers and their families. Having dedicated my career to serving the HMB community, I was honored to be awarded “Role Model of the Year 2019” by the Half Moon Bay Chamber of Commerce.

I recently established a farming cooperative that would allow farmer workers to raise their own crops so they may share in the benefits they offer to farmers. I drew this inspiration from the Agriculture and Land-Based Training Association (ALBA) in Salinas, that creates economic opportunities for aspiring farmers.

My top priorities are affordable housing built in a sustainable way, safe welcoming environments for communities and a strengthened economy that will enable local businesses to thrive again.

I seek to be a representative for the Half Moon Bay community and ensure the coastside community’s interests are considered at the state level. Half Moon Bay has had little representation for a Latino community that has long been overlooked and comprises 30% of its population. Being elected to the HBM City Council was a good first step as an extension of my decades long service. I am committed to continuing to be an advocate for my underserved community. 

It would be a privilege to represent my community and an honor to earn your vote for delegate to the CDP.


Show your support here and we’ll send you the information you need to request a vote by mail ballot.  It’s that simple! Take one minute to register today and enjoy your holidays. We’ll send you a reminder to mail in your ballot so it is received by the CDP no later than January 27, 2021.

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