Dr. Alexandria Coronado has served Orange County’s students since 1998, when she was the first Hispanic woman elected to the Anaheim Union High School District Board of Trustees in the district’s 100-year history. During her four years on that board, she assisted in the development of Oxford Academy, which was ranked the fourth highest performing school in the nation and first in California by U.S. News and World Report. Dr. Coronado also assisted in the development of the Scholar-Athlete Scholarship and Recognition Awards program, the Annual Celebration of Women in Sports program, and fought to keep music and arts programs in the schools.
She earned a Doctorate in Musical Arts from the University of Southern California, where her doctoral research was conducted in partnership with the Orange County Performing Arts Center and the Orange County Department of Education’s ACCESS program, and helped provide the necessary statistics needed to obtain funding for Summer at the Center, a program for at-risk youth. ACCESS is recognized as an outstanding alternative education program by the U.S. Department of Education.
Dr. Coronado was elected to the Orange County Board of Education in 2002, and twice served as President of the Board. She was elected to the Council of Urban Boards of Education Board of Directors in 2010 and served on the Urban Student Achievement Task Force. She assisted in producing three nationally-recognized research studies for our nations’ most ethnically and socio-economically diverse public schools, titled Where We Learn, Where We Teach, andWhat We Think. She served as Chair of the California County Boards of Education Federal Legislation Committee, and as an Executive Board Member of the Orange County School Boards Association for six years.As a Member of the National Hispanic Caucus of School Board Members, she assisted in reaching Hispanic students across the country to promote their scholarship program, which targets Hispanic students who want to become teachers in our nations’ public schools.
Dr. Coronado owns Crown Music Studios, an instructional music studio. Her music students have won local, national, and international competitions, and have been awarded college scholarships. She was appointed to the Orange County Historical Commission by a unanimous vote of the Board of Supervisors, and in her free time, serves on the alumni board for the Orange County USC Alumni Club. She is Mother to a college student who attended Orange County public schools, and has published two children’s stories with the Tribune Company.
CALIFORNIA CRIME SURGE
Over the last few years, California has been victim to a completely avoidable crime surge. One disastrous far-left policy after another has become law courtesy of California democrats like Sharon Quirk-Silva, who prioritize pleasing extremist criminal justice reform advocates over protecting their own people. AB 109, Prop. 47, Prop. 57, all of these soft-on-crime laws pushed by democrats have slipped past the voter’s attention for one simple reason…
The democratic party in California is so powerful that they can blatantly lie and violate their constitutional duties with zero consequences.
Prop. 47 and 57 were billed by democrats as much-needed criminal justice reforms so that people we’re spending time in jail for small crimes like marijuana possession.
The truth hidden from Californians on their ballot was that the following crimes were downgraded so they could be considered “nonviolent”.
Rape by intoxication (refers to a circumstance in which the victim was under the influence), Rape of an unconscious person, Human trafficking involving a sex act with minors, Assault with a deadly weapon, Domestic violence involving trauma, Drive-by shooting, Hostage taking, Attempting to explode a bomb at a hospital or school, Supplying a firearm to a gang member, Hate crime causing physical injury, Failing to register as a sex offender, Arson, Discharging a firearm on school grounds, Lewd acts against a child 14 or 15 years old, False imprisonment of an elder through violence.
REPEAL THE GAS TAX
The problem with Sacramento Democrats like Sharon Quirk-Silva, is that their first inclination is to come and ask the people for more money. What happened to the billions in taxes we have already paid to fix our roads?
It was diverted into special pet projects like the High Speed Rail.
As if that were not bad enough, the new Gas Tax does that all over again!
Despite ballooning in cost to 7x the price that voters approved, the Gas Tax and Cap & Trade funds are being diverted to help build this boondoggle pet project.
Congressman Dana Rohrabacher
Assemblyman Matthew Harper
Assemblyman Randy Voepel
State Senator John Moorlach
OC Supervisor Michelle Steel
Councilwoman Stacy Watson Berry (Cypress)
Councilman David Shawver (Stanton)
Councilwoman Lucille Kring (Anaheim)
Mayor Pro Tem Greg Sebourn (Fullerton)
Mayor Don Wagner (Irvine)
North Orange County Community College District Trustee Ryan Bent
OC Board of Education Member Dr. Ken Williams
Orange USD Trustee, Dr. Alexia Deligianni-Brydges
Board Member Janny Meyer Fullerton School District
Cypress Mayor Mike McGill (ret.)
State Senator Dick Ackerman (ret.)
State Senator Bob Huff (ret.)
Shawn Steel, Republican National Committee
Thomas “TJ” Fuentes
Assemblywoman Shannon Grove (ret.)
OC Board of Education Member Robert Hammond (ret.)
Norma Bastanchury and Family
Joanne Carmony Hofmeister
Mark Cohen Cynthia Thacker
Steven J. Sarkis
Republican Party of Orange County