In addition to maintaining a fiscally sound budget, Louisa Ollague is a policy deputy responsible for crafting motions which alleviate the housing crisis and reduce homelessness.
As Program Manager for the Los Angeles County’s Community and Senior Services Department, Louisa established workforce training programs in partnership with community colleges and adult schools.
Louisa has previous experience working under the Board of Supervisors. She served as Senior Legislative Deputy for Supervisor Gloria Molina. She developed policy responding to issues ranging from welfare, budget, and immigration to redistricting for fourteen years.
Before her time at Los Angeles County, she served as the Regional Census Director for the Mexican American Legal Defense and Education Fund Census campaign. Louisa also successfully won two National Institute of Health grants for Communities for a Better Environment and UC Davis.
Born and raised in Los Angeles, California, she attended Lawrenceville School, a boarding school on the East Coast, and graduated magna cum laude from Wellesley College. She is a homeowner in Whittier.
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