Supervisor Sheila James Kuehl was first elected to represent Los Angeles County's Third District on November 4, 2014. She assumed office on December 1, 2014, and was reelected to her second term on November 6, 2018. As a member of the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors and immediate past Chair, she has led the way and worked on a great many initiatives and motions to improve people's lives and reform systems in the County. Supervisor Kuehl's leadership roles on various governing bodies include: Chair of the Board of Commissioners of First 5, LA; Chair of the Board of Directors of Metro; Immediate Past Chair of the Countywide Criminal Justice Coordination Committee; and Vice-Chair of the Board of the new Clean Power Alliance. Before her service on the Board, Supervisor Kuehl served eight years in the California State Senate and six years in the California State Assembly. Click here for a complete bio.
Monica Morales is a Water Engineer at Jacobs based in its Los Angeles Office. She earned her Bachelor and Master of Science Degrees in Civil Engineering from Oregon State University being a first-generation college student. She has 4 years of experience in water conveyance and treatment design and served as the Conveyance Design Manager for the City of San Diego Pure Water Program’s Advance Water Treatment Plant helping to create for more local water resources. Ms. Morales is also currently aiding her team in Los Angeles with potable reuse and groundwater remediation projects to help fight future droughts in Southern California. She enjoys hiking with her husband and dog in her spare time when she isn’t volunteering and sharing her career path and STEAM with students in the Greater Los Angeles Area.
Assemblymember Luz Rivas has dedicated her professional career fighting to ensure every Californian has the opportunity to learn, prosper and succeed.
With a Bachelor's degree in Electrical Engineering from MIT and a Master's degree in Education from Harvard, Luz has focused on encouraging young girls to pursue training and careers in science, engineering, and technology. The founder of DIY Girls, a nonprofit organization dedicated to helping girls become interested in math and science, Luz has helped set thousands of young women on the path towards economic empowerment, independence, and self-confidence.
Most recently, Luz served as a City of Los Angeles Public Works Commissioner where she continued her gender equity work. In that capacity she worked on events to help women-owned businesses compete for city contracts. She also led a recruitment initiative for women engineers in Public Works by reaching out to groups like the Society of Women Engineers to increase the number of women applicants.