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LaShae was born and raised in the 79th Assembly District with values instilled in her by hardworking, union-member parents. The Union-Tribune calls LaShae a “change agent” because she knows how to get results and improve lives. LaShae is an adjunct professor at San Diego State University, a longtime community leader, and the San Diego County Office of Education Community Engagement Specialist working to build strong educational partnerships in our community. She has been fighting and continues to fight to reverse systemic inequities so every family, in every zip code, can thrive. 

Under administrative direction, the Community Engagement Specialist, Whole Child and Community Design, serves as the county lead in coordinating county staff efforts in designing support for district/site administration to plan, develop, implement, and evaluate community/parent engagement programs. Additionally, the Community Engagement is a liaison between state, county, district, community, and government agencies that support historically underserved student populations. Vote Dr. LaShae Sharp-Collins for Assembly.

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Dear Neighbor,
I am running for Assembly because we are all in this together. Listening to local families and workers across District 79, I hear you loud and clear. In Sacramento, I will be a voice that gets results on the issues we care about, like protecting women’s right to reproductive freedom,  sheltering the unhoused, building true affordable housing, creating equity in education, and ensuring we all have access to a clean and safe environment. As your Assemblymember, I will work overtime to deliver a more equitable and sustainable California with social justice and equity at its core. I would be honored to have your support.

Thank you!


Dr. LaShae Sharp-Collins


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