LAEDC Member Spotlight: Maria Luisa Camacho, Los Angeles Rams

In her capacity as Director of Government Affairs, Ms. Camacho establishes working relationships with public officials and public agencies throughout the Los Angeles region to identify opportunities for partnership and to solicit insight and feedback on current policy and civic topics. Given the development of SoFi Stadium and Hollywood Park by Los Angeles Rams ownership, she also works closely with the development team in policy engagement and public agency outreach and dialogue. Given the opportunity for use of SoFi Stadium and Hollywood Park entertainment venue, Camacho also supports efforts to bring the world’s most prestigious events to the Los Angeles region.

Prior to joining the Los Angeles Rams, Ms. Camacho was Director of External Affairs for River LA for three years, a nonprofit organization working to re-imagine all 51 miles of the Los Angeles River in partnership with renowned architect Frank Gehry. She utilized her six year tenure within the Los Angeles public affairs consulting arena as Vice President at Consensus Inc. to initiate a strategic approach to interacting with the political stakeholders made up of 17 cities, the County of Los Angeles and US Army Corps of Engineers, alongside the numerous communities and stakeholders, to carry the river transformation momentum forward.

Ms. Camacho holds her Juris Doctorate from Loyola Law School and Bachelor of Arts in Comparative Studies in Race and Ethnicity with a Minor in Urban Studies from Stanford University. She currently resides in Hancock Park with her husband, Dayton Miller, her son Landon, her daughter Josephine Louise and her Labradoodle dog Taj.

LAEDC’s annual membership provides cooperative action, real impact, and substantive direction through involvement with top business, education, government, and nonprofit leaders in LA County. To learn more about joining Maria and fellow Board of Governors please click below.

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