CA-25: Katie Hill (D)

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About Katie:

Katie is an experienced change maker running for Congress in her hometown (Saugus ‘04!) to give a voice to the people of California’s 25th district. If you’re a member of this community then you already know Katie – she’s the daughter of a local registered nurse and police officer, she’s been educated at your public schools, and there’s a good chance you’ve shared a grocery store checkout lane once or twice. Katie attended public schools in the 25th District and holds a BA and Master’s from Cal State University Northridge.

Not long after graduating CSUN with a Masters Degree in Public Administration, Katie elected to use her talents to raise People Assisting the Homeless (PATH) from a local force for good to California’s largest non-profit provider of homes for the homeless, as its Executive Director. Under Katie’s leadership, in just four years PATH helped more than 7,000 individuals, veterans, and families move off the streets and into permanent housing.

Katie is devoted to stabilizing families, addressing poverty at its roots, and bringing tangible and real change to her own community. After partnering with health providers, law enforcement, and employers, and overseeing hundreds of government contracts, Katie understands the complexities of real change.

The biographical information above was sourced from the campaign website; see link above for more information.

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