Alex De Ocampo

Women for Alex

Alex De Ocampo is proud to announce Women for Alex. This group of women from who live or work in California’s Assembly District 51 are fully supporting De Ocampo’s bid for the Assembly on Tuesday, October 3rd.

Recognizing the work Alex De Ocampo has done for women and girls in the community, the following women have joined Women for Alex.

Jennifer Abrillo

Susan Adorable

Isabel Aguirre

Susana Arrieta

Grace Barrios

Elisa Bulatao

Rosalie Caratao

Elvira Chan

Lissa Chow

Alicia De Aragon

Susan Dilkes

Frances Esparza

Claire Espina

Josephine Estoesta

Angela Estrella

Sandra Fernandez

Cinthia Flores

Joselyn Geaga-Rosenthal

Crescenciana Go

Rinna Gonzales

Adrienne Hament

Evelyn Isidro

Elyse Klein

Nina Leong

Cioney Limbo

Anna Manuel

Krizia Medenilla

Alita Nakamura

Terrisita Nones

Ruby Pangan

Bernadita Pasion

Gloria Resurreccion

Perla Santos

Aquilina Soriano

Bernie Targa

Stephanie Uy

Emelita Valino 

“I’m supporting Alex De Ocampo because he'll fight to ensure California remains a place where if you work hard, you can succeed. By attending Dayton Heights Elementary, Lockwood Elementary, Thomas Starr King Middle School, and John Marshall High School, Alex knows that public schools provided him with the opportunity to rise into the middle class. I followed the same footsteps that Alex did and I know he'll make sure these opportunities are available for everyone, no matter their background. That's why he's my choice for the Assembly,” said Cinthia Flores, community activist.

Alex De Ocampo has a track record of providing opportunity for women through education and job training. He helped establish the Cheryl Saban Self-Worth Foundation for Women and Girls and managed a $10 million initial fund. Under his management, the foundation provided funding for scholarships for women of color and to the training program, Girls Who Code.

De Ocampo continues to gain support from community leaders and elected officials in his campaign. In addition to Vice Chair Dino, De Ocampo has earned support from Board of Equalization member Fiona Ma, former Los Angeles City Controller Wendy Greuel, Congressman Brad Sherman, Assemblymember Rob Bonta, Assemblymember Dababneh, Los Angeles City Councilmen Mitch O’Farrell and Bob Blumenfield, and Equality California.