Astrid Ochoa is the executive director of Future of California Elections. Ochoa has experience in implementing statewide reforms, policy analysis, government and public relations and leading cross-sector partnerships. She helped launch Future of California Elections, an innovative cross-sector collaboration to modernize California’s elections, building the organization from the ground up. Previously, she worked at NALEO Educational Fund leading the organization’s national redistricting community engagement strategy.
Ochoa holds master’s degrees in public affairs and urban and regional planning from the Woodrow Wilson School at Princeton University, and a bachelor’s degree in international relations from Pomona College. She serves as co-chair of the California Secretary of State Language Accessibility Advisory Committee.