ELECT TOM GRIEGO
Tom Griego earned a B.A in Political Science in 1980 from the University of California at Los Angeles; a Master of Science in Public Administration in 1984 from California State University, Los Angeles; and a J.D. in 1990 from Whittier College School of Law. Between 1975 and 1984, Tom gained valuable work experience with the City of Commerce; Washington D.C. Council of Governments; Commuter Transportation Services; the City of El Monte; Los Angeles Raiders; and the Los Angeles Olympics Organizing Committee. In 1985, while completing his law studies at night, Tom joined the Los Angeles Police Department as the Department Advocate. In 1994, after serving as Chief of Staff to a Los Angeles City Council member and as an associate at a private law firm, Tom accepted an appointment as a criminal prosecutor with the Los Angeles City Attorney's Office. In 2011, Tom was elevated to the highly coveted Anti-Gang Unit. Currently, Tom serves as the Criminal Gang Prosecutor covering various communities of Los Angeles, where he has successfully prosecuted over 150 gang and quality of life crimes.
During the past 20 years, Tom has held choice assignments in both the Criminal and Civil branches of the Office. Tom was part of the Employment Section at LADWP; Counsel to the Alameda Corridor JPA; and a member of the General Counsel Practice Group (Neighborhood Council Advice Division), where he advised the Mayor, City Council members, Boards and Commissions, Departments and 90 Neighborhood Councils on a wide range of regulatory and public law issues. On countless occasions, Tom tirelessly assisted the new wing of Los Angeles governance, often going beyond the call of duty.
Since 1999, Tom has actively and proudly served as a Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors Appointee to the Real Estate Management Commission, and in 2008 was elected its current President. Tom has also volunteered countless time and energy to numerous political campaigns, community causes and local issues since the mid-70s. A few of his favorite endeavors over the years is to assist with the Veteran Homeless Valor Program; set-up and stripe AYSO soccer fields; and participate at elementary schools as part of career day.
Please consider voting June 3rd, Tom Griego, Judge of the Superior Court, Office No. 87.
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