We are the National Women’s Political Caucus Los Angeles Westside (NWPC LA Westside), a multi-partisan grassroots organization dedicated to increasing women’s participation in the political process and creating a women’s political power base to achieve equality for all women. We endorse women for public office. We work to recruit, train, and support pro-choice women candidates for elected and appointed offices and at all levels of government.
Kimberly Ellis, candidate for the CA Democratic Party Chair, and hear
about her vision to expand the California Democratic Party by engaging
underrepresented communities, including women, people of color and
millennials all across the Golden State.
Sarah Truby is particularly passionate about LGBT and women’s issues’ intersection with public policy. She is currently a Development Associate at Equality California, the largest statewide LGBT organization in the country. Sarah also sits on the L.A. Leadership Council at The Williams Institute at UCLA Law School.
interned at Planned Parenthood Los Angeles in their Public Affairs
department, where she became more involved in political advocacy. Sarah
has previously served as the Gender Equality &
Domestic Violence Liaison with the Los Angeles Fire Department, which
also led her working closely with the Los Angeles Police Department on gender and LGBT initiatives. Previously,
Sarah has worked at RRS Political Strategies as the Director of Social
Media and Development (under our very own Robyn Ritter Simon!), interned
in the Public Affairs Department at Planned Parenthood Los Angeles, as a
Fundraising Manager for current Councilmember Lindsey Horvath’s
campaign, and as a Co-Chair for the Rainbow Alliance Caucus for the USC
School of Social Work. Sarah
received her BA in Women and Gender Studies with a minor in Human
Sexuality from San Francisco State University and her Master in Public
Health from the University of Southern California. Sarah is currently
working on a Certification in Fundraising from the University of
California, Los Angeles.
Oppose the confirmation of Senator Sessions and every other nominee selected for the Cabinet by President Trump who has yet to be confirmed.This is not to be obstructionist. This
is to insist on Cabinet appointees who reflect the values of this
nation of inclusion, human rights, economic equality, and freedom of
speech. The silencing of Senator Warren on a trumped-up charge has
tainted the legitimacy of the confirmation process and calls into
question the fitness of all other Cabinet appointees.
We will survive
this administration so long as we band together, hold all of our elected
officials accountable, and fight for the rights of women and families -
no matter the political party creating the policies. Join us and other
like minded organizations to activate our communities at the grassroots