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Grace Napolitano's Biography

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Post Office Box 5119
El Monte, CA 91734

Full Name:

Grace Flores Napolitano

Gender:

Female

Family:

Widowed: Federico; 5 Children: Yolanda, Federico, Edward, Miguel, Cynthia; Widowed: Frank

Birth Date:

12/04/1936

Birth Place:

Brownsville, TX

Home City:

Norwalk, CA

Religion:

Roman Catholic

Attended, Cerritos College

Attended, Texas Southmost College

Representative, United States House of Representatives, California, District 31, 2023-present

Representative, United States House of Representatives, California, District 32, 2013-2023

Candidate, United States House of Representatives, California, District 32, 2022

Representative, United States House of Representatives, California, District 38, 2003-2013

Representative, United States House of Representatives, California, District 34, 1999-2003

Member, California State Assembly, 1993-1998

Member, Norwalk City Council, 1986-1992

Mayor, City of Norwalk, 1989-1990

Member, Addiction, Treatment & Recovery Caucus, present

Member, California Democratic Congressional Delegation, present

Member, Community College Caucus, present

Member, Congressional Arts Caucus, present

Member, Congressional Asian Pacific American Caucus, present

Member, Congressional Bike Caucus, present

Member, Congressional Caucus for Women's Issues, present

Member, Congressional Caucus on Armenian Issues, present

Member, Congressional Caucus on California High-Speed Rail, present

Member, Congressional Caucus on Foster Youth, present

Member, Congressional Caucus on Hellenic Issues, present

Member, Congressional Caucus on India and Indian Americans, present

Member, Congressional Caucus on the Judicial Branch, present

Member, Congressional Coastal Caucus, present

Member, Congressional Courthouse Caucus, present

Member, Congressional Diabetes Caucus, present

Co-Chair, Congressional Hydropower Caucus, present

Member, Congressional Labor & Working Families Caucus, present

Member, Congressional Native American Caucus, present

Member, Congressional Nursing Caucus, present

Member, Congressional Progressive Caucus, present

Member, Congressional Steel Caucus, present

Member, Congressional Taiwan Caucus, present

Member, Congressional Wildlife Refuge Caucus, present

Founder/ Co-Chair, Congressional Youth Challenge Caucus, present

Member, Democratic Caucus, present

Member, Diversity and Innovation Caucus, present

Member, Goods Movement Caucus, present

Member, House Baltic Caucus, present

Member, House Sugar Caucus, present

Member, Neuroscience Caucus, present

Member, Out of Iraq Caucus, present

Member, Public Broadcasting Caucus, present

Member, United States-Mexico Friendship Caucus, present

Chair, Women's Caucus, present

Former Member, Bicameral Congressional Caucus on Parkinson's Disease

Former Member, Bipartisan Congressional Task Force on Alzheimer's Disease

Former Chair, Congressional Hispanic Caucus

Former Member, Congressional Humanities Caucus

Founder/Co-Chair, Congressional Mental Health Caucus

Former Vice Chair, Latino Caucus

Former Member, Subcommittee on Aviation, United States House of Representatives

Former Member, Subcommittee on Economic Development, Public Buildings, and Emergency Management, United States House of Representatives

Former Member, Subcommittee on Railroads, Pipelines, and Hazardous Materials, United States House of Representatives

Former Member, Water, Power and Oceans Subcommittee, United States House of Representatives

Founder, Committee on International Trade, California State Assembly, 1996

Former Employee, California Department of Employment

Former Director, Los Angeles County Sanitation District

Member, Norwalk Sub-Station Authority, Sheriff's Department

Employee, Ford Motor Company, 1970-1992

Founder, 32nd District Mental Health Consortium

Member, American Legion Auxiliary

Member, Coalition for Autism Research and Education

Founder, District Mental Health Task Force

Member, Health Task Force

Vice Chair, House Democratic Gun Violence Prevention Task Force

Member, Manufacturing Task Force

Member, Mexico Sister Cities Association

Member, New Democrat Coalition

Member, Norwalk International Friendship Commissions

Founder, Southeast Coalition for Safe Drinking Water

Chair, Southeast Los Angeles County Private Industry Council

Member, United States Cities Association

Member, Veterans of Foreign Wars

Astrological Sign:

Sagittarius

Number of Grandchildren:

14 (one great-grandson)

Publications:

With Richard G. Polanco and Valerie E. Martinez, Making Immigration Policy Work in the United States (Sacramento: California Latino Caucus, 1993)

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