Alberto Torrico was elected to the California State Assembly in 2004. He served for six years, including two years as Majority Leader.
During his three terms in Sacramento, Alberto served as Chair of the Public Employee Retirement and Social Security Committee, charged with oversight of the pension funds, CALPERS and CALSTRS.
He also chaired the powerful Governmental Organization Committee.
Prior to his legislative tenure, Alberto served as a council member for three years in the East Bay community of Newark.
He is now a successful lobbyist and mentor to staff and advocates.
On this episode we talk about mentorship, leadership, and diversity pipeline... liberally sprinkled with words that start with "F".
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