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March 3, 2020 — Primary Election

Senado Estatal de CaliforniaCandidato para Distrito 17

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Maria Cadenas

Director ejecutivo de organismo sin fines de lucro
65,525 votos (20.9%)
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Mis 3 prioridades principales

  • Garantizar que todos los planes de legislación y estatales, incluidos los planes de vivienda, de transporte y de desarrollo económico tomen en consideración su impacto sobre el medio ambiente, incluida cualquier carga indebida sobre las comunidades de bajos ingresos y rurales.
  • Garantizar viviendas seguras, asequibles y de calidad para todos, en todos los niveles de ingresos y fortalecer los programas para la primera compra de casa, en especial en hogares y comunidades de bajos ingresos en riesgo de desplazamiento.
  • Priorizar la cobertura de cuidados de la salud universales, incluidos los esfuerzos para aumentar las tasas de reembolso de MediCal y la inscripción automática.

Experiencia

Experiencia

Profesión:Director ejecutivo de organización sin fines de lucro
Director ejecutivo, Santa Cruz Community Ventures (2015–actual)
Secretario, Junta Médica Podológica de California, Departamento de Asuntos del Consumidor — Cargo designado (2017–actual)
Gerente principal de participación comunitaria, Driscoll's (2011–2015)
Director ejecutivo, Fundación Cream City (2005–2011)
Director asociado, American Civil Liberties Union of Wisconsin (2002–2005)
Consultor, Accenture (2000–2002)

Educación

Alverno College Maestría en Administración de Empresas (Master of Business Administration, MBA), Administración de Empresas (2010)
Beloit College BA, Administración de Empresas (2000)
Beloit College Licenciatura en Artes (Bachelor of Arts, BA), Creación Literaria (2000)

Biografía

Maria get things done by focusing on what matters most – people and planet. She is the only Democratic woman, only immigrant, only Latina, and only candidate in this race who will not accept corporate money.

Born in Mexico and raised in California, Maria is a first generation college graduate who works hand-in-hand across the Agriculture, Tech, Government, and Nonprofit communities to ensure people and planet are at the center of solutions that improve the quality of life for everyone. Most recently, as the Executive Director of Santa Cruz Community Ventures (SCCV), she has focused on supporting local economic development, including the development of local capital and cooperative structures. She has also led efforts to create college savings accounts for all newborns in Santa Cruz County, and design ways to integrate financial coaching and education as a key metric of family health.  Under her leadership, SCCV raised funds and provided support to ensure Dreamers had free resources to apply for DACA status and educated families in danger of deportation on how to protect their assets.

In her role as Associate Director of the ACLU of Wisconsin she oversaw outreach to immigrant Latino communities after the 9/11 attacks. She also worked closely with health and government partners to advocate for domestic partner benefits and environmental justice issues facing the City of Milwaukee.

During her tenure as Executive Director of the Cream City Foundation she led an initiative to address youth homelessness in the area, including the development of new housing units for LGBTQ youth aging out of the foster care system. In that role she also led efforts to successfully adopt LGBTQ inclusive policies and cultural competency training at global companies headquartered in Wisconsin, including Harley Davidson, Manpower, and Northwestern Mutual, among others. She was a key advocate in the Marriage Equality fight and led a three year public education campaign focused on increasing acceptance of LGBTQ families, including her own.

As Driscoll's Senior Community Involvement Manager, Maria focused on investment and partnerships between government, education, and corporate partners to create career pipelines within agriculture that would allow economic mobility for farmworkers. She worked closely to also strengthen benefits and resources for seasonal workers.

Maria is a Fellow of the Women’s Policy Institute and Hispanas Organized for Political Equality Leadership Institute. Maria received her MBA from Alverno College and graduated Magna Cum Laude from Beloit College.

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Contribuciones

Dinero total recaudado: $48,448

Principales contribuyentes que dieron dinero para apoyar al candidato, por organización:

1
Employees of Irvine Valley College
$2,500
2
Employees of DBA Kevin Murphy
$2,000
2
EMILY's List
$2,000
3
Employees of Levig Design Group, Inc.
$1,750
4
Employees of SCCV
$1,031

Más información acerca de contribuciones

Por estado:

California 82.87%
District of Columbia 7.03%
Wisconsin 6.13%
North Carolina 1.13%
Other 2.84%
82.87%

Por tamaño:

Contribuciones grandes (90.98%)
Contribuciones pequeñas (9.02%)
90.98%9.02%

Por tipo:

De organizaciones (10.78%)
De individuos (89.22%)
10.78%89.22%
Fuente: Análisis de datos de la Secretaría del Estado de California de MapLight.

Creencias poliza

Filosofía política

People and Planet First

 

 

Videos (1)

— February 23, 2020 CTV Santa Cruz County

We want the basics: housing that is affordable, accessible quality healthcare without high deductibles, clean water and clean air, good schools, and jobs that allow us to save and pay the bills. Right now, however, these feel out of reach. As a mom of a 10-year-old girl, a renter, and a woman, this is personal for me. I’ve worked with governments, corporations, growers, farmworkers, nonprofits, and policy makers across the U.S., California, and in our region to thoughtfully develop practical solutions that actually work to improve people’s lives. I’m not a career politician. I get things done by focusing on what matters most – people and planet. I’m the only Democratic woman, only immigrant, only Latina, and only candidate in this race who will not accept corporate money. My personal commitment to service and my love of our communities is what compels me to run. Join me and let’s work together to create opportunity for all families and all people to thrive.

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