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Las Vegas City Council
Councilwoman Olivia Díaz was born and raised in the east side of Las Vegas. She is the first Latina elected to the Las Vegas City Council, representing Ward 3, a dynamic district that includes downtown Las Vegas and the neighborhoods where she grew up. She serves a diverse constituency that is over 65% Hispanic and where over 37% of residents work in the service industry. She loves Las Vegas and the community she proudly serves.
Councilwoman Seaman serves on the Debt Committee, Yucca Mountain Nuclear Repository Committee, Southern Nevada Water Authority (Alt), Recommending Committee, and serves as Chair of the Audit Committee. She is also on the advisory committee of Chamberlain University and a Strategy and Resource Advisor for the American Melanoma Institute.
Originally from California, Victoria moved to Nevada in 2005. As a descendant of José Antonio de la Guerra y Noriega, father of the land of the Californios, she is proud of her long and rich Hispanic heritage.
Jacky is the granddaughter of immigrants and the daughter of a World War II veteran. She grew up in a working class family, and as the first in her family to graduate from college, she worked multiple jobs – including as a waitress at Caesars Palace – and took out student loans to make ends meet. After working as a computer programmer at major companies in Southern Nevada, she later stepped away from her career to take care of her aging parents and in-laws.