Victoria Cepeida-Mojarrois a seasoned electoral and issue-based campaign professional. She found her passion for social justice organizing at New York University where she organized
7 students in support of adjunct professor unionizing efforts. She furthered her social justice appetite by working with a variety of community-based organizations focusing on student organizing, domestic violence, and immigrant rights. She organized with United Students Against Sweatshops before her electoral debut in New Mexico in 2008. Previously, Victoria worked with the Democratic National Committee in Los Angeles, and was successful in saving a competitive congressional seat as the New Mexico-District 1 Field Director in 2010. She recently finished her tenure with the United Farm Workers as their CA political director where she worked on a number of elections as well as migrant farm worker policy issues. Victoria trains with Wellstone Action and Democracy for America in electoral campaign strategies. Victoria holds a B.A. in Metropolitan Studies from New York University. She currently serves as a consultant for down ticket electoral races and serves on a formation committee to develop a California progressive, women of color, political action committee (PAC) in Los Angeles.