Felipe Agredano

Board Member, Asociación Líderes Hispanos

Los Angeles, California

Felipe Agredano serves on the national board of Asociación Líderes Hispanos. Previously, he served as president of the Los Angeles County School Board, the Los Angeles County Commission on Human Relations as well as the chair of California’s Democratic Party’s 49th AD. He is founder of HonorPAC and an alumnus of the National Association of Latino Elected and Appointed Officials California Health Leadership Project.

Agredano earned an associate of arts at East Los Angeles College and a dual bachelor’s degree in government and Chicano studies from University of California, Berkeley. Agredano holds a master’s from Harvard University.

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