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Kevin Sanchez is an Associate at Rodriguez Strategies

Kevin leads agenda tracking and issue monitoring for Rodriguez Strategies. He has a keen ability to discern items of importance from the hundreds of county and municipal agendas tracked on a weekly basis. He specifically analyzes how proposals and policy actions impact the firm’s clients.


Kevin is also an experienced field organizer, having first joined Rodriguez Strategies to help lead driver outreach as part of the successful Prop. 22 campaign in 2020. He continues to implement his organizing skills for clients by reaching out to and activating impacted individuals and groups around various federal, state and local policies. He has worked on grassroots campaigns in the healthcare, small business and technology sectors, to name a few.

A Los Angeles political junkie, Kevin has worked for some of the region’s most respected leaders, including former CA Senate President Pro Tem and current LA City Councilmember Kevin de León, LA City Councilmember Gil Cedillo, Assemblymember Miguel Santiago and U.S. Congressman Jimmy Gomez. Among his proudest accomplishments is working with Asm. Santiago on AB 19, a bill signed into law by Gov. Jerry Brown in 2017 that provides Californians tuition-free community college.

Kevin is a lifelong Angeleno with roots in Koreatown. He received his BA in Political Science from UC Santa Barbara. While a student he was part of a small group of Latino men called Hermaos Unidos that gave back to the local community. Some activities included creating haunted houses at the local YMCA and spearheading food drives for families in need. He was also part of a prestigious group of students elected to represent the university in a DC program, where he interned for Rep. Jimmy Gomez.

Kevin took a year to study International Affairs and Art History abroad in Rome, Italy, and Madrid, Spain. He is fluent in Spanish and conversational in Italian. In his free time, you can find him playing basketball or walking his dog, Kyla.