Nury Martinez // Los Angeles City Council
From cleaning our streets and providing safe neighborhoods for our children to ensuring local, middle-class jobs, Nury is dedicated to fighting for the residents of Los Angeles’ Sixth District.
Nury Martinez is only the second Latina Leading on the Los Angeles City Council in more than 25 years.
A former Los Angeles Unified School Board member, non-profit director, neighborhood watch captain, homeowner and mother, Nury is focused on getting to the basics and delivering resources to the San Fernando Valley. From cleaning our streets and providing safe neighborhoods for our children to ensuring local, middle-class jobs, Nury is dedicated to fighting for the residents of Los Angeles’ Sixth District.
Daughter of immigrant parents, Councilwoman Nury Martinez has dedicated her life to the San Fernando Valley where she was born and raised. She is proud product of public schools and the first in her family to graduate from college.
Today, Councilwoman Nury Martinez relies on her experience in community organizing and her family history to inspire her goals on the Los Angeles City Council. In her unique role as the sole elected female member, Nury is committed to encouraging and supporting girls and women to take leadership roles and be part of government. She firmly believes that diverse perspectives make good government. And while she is the only elected female voice in City Hall, she is committed to speaking for the women of Los Angeles and takes that responsibility seriously. Now she is asking all of her colleagues to join her in carrying that flag forward.