Chair, California Asian American & Pacific Islander Legislative Caucus:
The Caucus was officially formed in January 2001. Its role is to present a forum for members of the California Legislature to discuss issues that affect Asian American & Pacific Islander Californians. The Caucus’s mission is to increase Asian American & Pacific Islander participation and representation, addressing issues including but not limited to, civil rights, language access, health disparities, and hate crime prevention.
Co-Chair, California Legislative Technology and Innovation Caucus:
The Caucus comprises a bi-partisan group of Assemblymembers and Senators who view this as a statewide effort to ensure that California remains the global leader in technology and innovation. The Caucus seeks to foster and promote technology and innovation, support legislation that creates jobs, improve the use of technology to improve the lives of people, promote the technology and innovation climate in California, and engage on emerging policy issues.
Member, California Legislative Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer Caucus:
The Caucus was formed originally in June 2002. Its role is to present a forum for the California Legislature to discuss issues that affect LGBTQ Californians and to further the goal of equality and justice for all Californians. The formation of the LGBTQ Caucus made CA the first state in the country to recognize an official caucus of openly-LGBTQ state legislators.