From an early age, public service has been part of Jocelyn Yow’s life and a source of growth and inspiration. Growing up in a working-class immigrant family, her family emphasizes the importance of giving back and community service.
In 2011, Yow’s family moved to the Inland Empire and settled in Eastvale, where she quickly found a home.
She became involved in advocacy while attending Norco College. She continued that work by representing her peers at large as student body president. With home close to her heart, she transferred to the University of California, Berkeley, where she obtained her bachelor’s degree.
Yow served as a district representative for California State Senate and an aide for the United States House of Representatives, where she worked tirelessly to help seniors, families, small businesses, nonprofit organizations, and children to access valuable government services as they navigated through the complexities of our government.
Yow is currently pursuing her master’s degree in government at Harvard Extension.
No matter where life took her, she has always known that Eastvale is where she wants to live and raise her family. She is honored and humbled to have the opportunity to serve the city she proudly calls home.
Delegate, Western Riverside County Regional Conservation Authority
Primary, Civic Center/Library Sub-Committee
Alternate, Riverside Transit Agency