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California State SenateCandidate for District 33

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Elizabeth C. Castillo

Registered Nurse
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My Top 3 Priorities

  • Healthcare for All
  • Clean air, water and soil
  • Rent and mortgage forgiveness



Profession:Registered Nurse
Registered Nurse, FNS, Inc (2014–current)
Delegate, Los Angeles County Democratic Party — Elected position (2020–current)
Registered Nurse, Long Beach Memorial Hospital (2008–2019)
Member, Pacific Gateway Workforce Development Board — Appointed position (2017–2019)


Midwest Regional Children's Advocacy Center of Minnesota Certificate, Pediatric Forensic Nurse Examiner (2015)
California State University, Dominguez Hills Bachelor of Science, Nursing (2014)
California State University, Dominguez Hills Certificate, Public Health (2014)
Midwest Regional Children's Advocacy Center Certificate, Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner (2014)
Mount St. Mary's College Associates Degree, Nursing (2007)

Community Activities

Member, LULAC (2019–current)
Member, Healthcare for All-Los Angeles (2020–current)
Volunteer, Long Beach Community Table (2019–2019)
Volunteer, YWCA (2013–2013)

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