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Frank J. Quevedo

Frank J. Quevedo is principal of The Quevedo Group LLC which was founded in 2009. He is a retired vice president of Southern California Edison; prior to that he worked for ConAgra for seventeen years.

He sits on a number of boards and advisory committees including: St. Joseph Hospital of Orange; Edmund G. "Pat" Brown Institute of Public Affairs; Orange County Hispanic Education Endowment Fund; Luevano Fund; Plaza Community Services, where he serves as Board Chair; New America Media and Legacy LA.

Mr. Quevedo previously served on the boards of the California State Parks Foundation; Watts Health Foundation; White Memorial Hospital and its Foundation; Asian American Justice Center; Coro Southern California; East Los Angeles YMCA; Puente Learning Center; Cathedral High School; the Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute; Alliance for a Better Community (ABC); Hispanas for Political Equality (HOPE); Latino Issues Forum; Thomas and Ethel Bradley Foundation; The Orange County Community Foundation; Asian Pacific American Legal Center; Southwest Voter Educational Fund; The Women’s Foundation of California (he was the first male to chair a women’s foundation in the nation); and on the board of the Mexican American Legal Defense and Educational Fund (MALDEF), where he served as its chair on five separate occasions.

He was an appointee of President Nixon as well as Governor Jerry Brown, and served in Washington D.C., in the Reagan administration in 1982 as chief of staff to Commissioner Tony Gallegos at the United States Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC). He also served under Los Angeles Mayors Riordan and Hahn on their workforce incentive boards.

He received his B.A. degree in political science from the University of California at Riverside, and has been selected by Hispanic Business Magazine on its annual "100 Most Influential Hispanics" listing on four separate occasions.

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