Staff

CAPITOL

Address:
State Capitol
Room 3091
Sacramento, CA 94249
Phone: 916-319-2011
Fax: 916-319-2111

Staff:
Jennifer Barton - Chief of Staff
Elaine Morgan - Scheduler
Annabel Snider  - Legislative Director
Adam Horn - Legislative Aide
Amber Garcia - Legislative Aide
Andrew Bird - Communications Director

Earthquake Preparedness

Earthquake PreparednessEarthquakes are common in California so make sure you are prepared. Below are a few tips on how to plan for a natural disaster.

Federal Resources

Federal Government

The Federal Government is your resource for getting help with Social Security and Medicare concerns, disaster assistance, grants, and information on Congressional matters in Washington.

State Resources

State Government

California provides many services through its state government by overseeing schools and colleges, state tax collection, disaster response, and a number of other important issues. To learn more click on one of the following links.

District Resources

Dear Students,

I welcome potential interns and thank you for your interest in participating in California State government policy making and constituent services.   
If you are selected for an internship, I want the experience to be meaningful, rewarding, and educational for you.  To that end, some of the tasks you will be assisting with may include:

Small Business

While serving in local government, I understood that the best way to sustain our local economy was by supporting local businesses. Economic growth in California has been slow and the unemployment rate still remains high. Too many Californians are still struggling to find good-paying jobs, and even those who are employed have been affected negatively by falling home values and economic uncertainty.

Job Resources

As our economy recovers from the 2009 recession, employment opportunities in California continue to increase. Unfortunately, our state’s unemployment rate still remains high, which means there are people in search of a job. I know that it can be challenging and stressful to look for employment during these tough times, so to ease some of the stress, I have compiled a list of resources both locally and statewide that can assist in your job search efforts.

Covered California

On March 23, 2010, President Obama signed the Affordable Care Act. The Affordable Care Act will protect consumers, make coverage more affordable, and expand health care access. Starting January 2014, most Americans will be required to have health insurance or pay a penalty.

Education Resources

Student Resources

Education is one of the most important opportunities in a person's life. As your Assemblymember, I am dedicated to helping ensure that my constituents have access to a variety of educational resources. Whether you are going back to school after several years, or continuing your educational career, these resources should help ensure that you get the most out of your education.