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Running for Public Office

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When I decided to run, I was immediately faced with criticism. “You’re too young; wait your turn; you’re too inexperienced; you don’t have any major financial backers,” and the list goes on. I was a 26-year-old public policy graduate from UC San Diego with three years of experience working at Cerrell and very little political capital. 

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The Power of Women

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National Women’s Political Caucus is a multi-partisan grassroots organization founded in 1971 and the only national organization exclusively dedicated to increasing female participation on all arenas of political and public...
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Our Love for Larchmont Boulevard

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Since our founding 53 years ago, Cerrell has always been intimately connected to Los Angeles – and to one street in particular – Larchmont Boulevard. Cerrell has proudly maintained its offices in Los Angeles’ smallest neighborhood since 1978 , and while Larchmont might simply sound like a street name, it’s so much more and a big part of Cerrell’s office culture.

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