Alexa VictorianoComing Soon

Student Trustee

Alexa Victoriano was elected to join the Los Angeles Community College District Board as the Student Trustee for the June 2016–May 2017 term. Alexa is a student at Los Angeles Harbor College majoring in communications studies and political science. She is the second of six children raised in San Pedro--her parents immigrated from Mexico. A graduate of San Pedro High School, Alexa is the first in her family to graduate from high school and pursue a postsecondary education.

As Student Trustee and Chair of the Student Affairs Committee—a standing committee of the Board--Alexa looks forward to working with Chancellor Francisco C. Rodriguez, the members of the Board of Trustees, College Presidents, ASO/ASU/ASG Presidents, and students to address student concerns among the LACCD colleges and improve student success.

Alexa has volunteered in a variety of organizations with leadership roles. Prior to her student election to the LACCD Board, she was involved with college clubs including The PUENTE Project, served as Vice President of the Pacific Islander Club, served as publicity officer of Alpha Gamma Sigma, and founded the Model United Nations Club. Alexa began her tenure in student government in Fall 2014 as Associated Student Organization (ASO) Senator—elected by the student body the following year to the position of ASO Vice President. During her tenure as Vice President, she helped garner a commendation during the recent accreditation visit and improved student life on the college campus. Alexa continues her involvement with the Wilmington Improvement Network, Los Angeles Harbor Rotary, Wilmington Rotary, as well as political clubs in an effort to create a healthy learning environment for students and the surrounding community.

She will graduate from Los Angeles Harbor College in the Spring of 2017 with plans to transfer to a four-year university or college to pursue bachelor degrees in communications studies and political science with a minor is Spanish.

Alexa believes that, “If one person succeeds, we all succeed.”

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