Stephanie Loredo

Culver City Unified School District

Governing Board Member

Stephanie Loredo (she/her/siya), an advocate for education, sustainability, and inclusivity, made history as the first woman of Filipino descent elected to citywide office on the Westside of Los Angeles by winning a seat on the Culver City Unified School District (CCUSD) Governing Board in 2022.


In December 2023, her colleagues elected her as clerk of the Board of Education. Additionally, she is serving a second consecutive year on the Culver City - CCUSD Liaison Committee, building stronger relationships with City Council counterparts. A community-builder, Stephanie founded in 2022 Culver City High School’s Asian American Native Hawaiian Pacific Islander Parent Affinity (APA) organization and in 2023 Culver City Kapwa for families of Filipino/a/x descent living, working, studying, and playing in and around Culver City.


In May 2023, Stephanie was elected vice-chair, Los Angeles Region of the Filipino American Democratic Caucus of the California Democratic Party (FADC-CDP). In January 2024, Stephanie was elected to the board of Pilipino American Los Angeles Democratic Club (PALAD).


In her professional career, Stephanie was vice president, national broadcast, at Zenith Media, orchestrating $300+ million in annual advertising spend for consumer brands. An alpha Kappa Delta Phi Asian-interest sorority alumna, she graduated from the University of Pennsylvania with a Bachelor of Arts in Women’s Studies, concentration in Asian Descent, minor in Asian American Studies. Stephanie actively supports local community causes. Her years of community involvement has encompassed multifaceted roles with parent-teacher associations, environmental sustainability committees, and local non-profit organizations.