Principal & Founder
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Albert Hernandez has more than three decades of community service and advocacy; he has spent a lifetime fighting for equality in education, workers/voters’ rights and ending violence in families cumulating in being elected as representative in his assembly district. Albert holds a certification in Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in the workplace.
Albert began his legal experience clerking for Judge Sharon Chatman, where he found his passion the courtroom. He assisted the Judge by participating in courtroom discussions,
hearings, and trials. Albert’s legal experience ranges from misdemeanor and felony cases to homicide trials. He previously worked as a Supervising Legal Professional for a law office focused on workers and civil rights, fighting on behalf of community members and their right to medical attention. Albert is continuing this passion while in pursuit of his Juris Doctorate.
Albert is dedicated to giving students of color an equal opportunity in higher education. As a Community Outreach Director for SACNAS (Society for Advancement of Chicanos/ Hispanics and Native Americans in Science), Albert has been intricate in the success of the Evergreen Valley College chapter by building partnerships with corporations, non-profits, and community leaders. His work has helped high school students realize their full potential by attending college and graduating with majors in science and engineering.
In the community, Albert served on several non-profit boards holding leadership positions focused on strategic and long-term planning. He is well versed with the inner workings, fundraising challenges, and delicate climates board members often face. Albert’s unique and valuable experience in the legal and non-profit fields are essential to the success of our clients.