In 2011, a year after the city's incorporation, Jocelyn’s family moved to the Inland Empire and settled in Eastvale, where she quickly found a home.
As a district representative for the California State Senate and an aide for Congress, she has worked tirelessly to help seniors and families access valuable government services, such as retrieving payments from Social Security, as they navigate the complexities of our government. She has worked with various agencies such as United States Postal Service (USPS) in combatting mail theft. She has also provided support to small businesses and nonprofit organizations by assisting them in obtaining additional federal grants. She has helped reunite families and assisted youth from all backgrounds in continuing their pursuit of education. Coming from a family with multiple small businesses, she has learned a great deal about balancing budget and effective logistics management.
As an advocate for public safety, she has volunteered to serve as a neighborhood watch captain, ensuring the safety of our families. Committed to enhancing the quality of life of our residents, she has initiated the process of implementing Friends of the Library in Eastvale to provide additional revenue for our own library.
Jocelyn is pursuing her master's degree at Harvard Extension. She is an alumna of Norco College, where she served as student body president. With home close to her heart, she transferred to the University of California, Berkeley to obtain her bachelor's degree, where she examined human trafficking issues and sexual assault on campuses.
No matter where life took her, she has always known that Eastvale is where she wants to live and raise her family.
“I've been proud to call Eastvale my home ever since my family moved here nearly a decade ago. We are a city on the rise, and the city has an opportunity to grow and provide more for its residents. Serving on the Eastvale City Council will allow me to advocate for this city and provide it with the tools to create a strong family-oriented community. The city is in need of its own distinct economic engine rooted in local small businesses; adequate funding for law enforcement, firefighters, and public safety activities; amenities and facilities such as a library for youth; and job-training partnerships with our community colleges. It would be an honor to have your support on November 6 for a safer, stronger, and more prosperous future for residents and businesses of Eastvale."
Check(s) can be made payable to Jocelyn Yow for Eastvale City Council 2018 and be mailed to 7661 Coffeeberry Drive, Eastvale, CA 92880
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