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Cinthia Flores

Cinthia Flores

Jesse Melgar

Cinthia N. Flores is a Board Member of the California Agricultural Labor Relations Board. Governor Gavin Newsom appointed her to this position in 2020. Cinthia was previously a Staff Attorney with the Coalition for Humane Immigration (CHIRLA), the largest immigrant rights organization in California, where she practiced immigration law with a focus on removal defense representing individuals against deportation. Cinthia has a background in labor law having previously represented public and private sector unions.

Currently, Cinthia serves as Vice President of the Latina Lawyers Bar Association, a non-profit organization dedicated to supporting Latinas in the legal profession. Cinthia also serves as Treasurer of Latinas Lead California, a political action committee dedicated to electing Latinas to local, state, and federal office. Lastly, Cinthia serves on the UCLA Alumni Association.

Cinthia is a graduate of the University of California, Irvine School of Law. During law school, Cinthia served as a Student Regent on the University of California Board of Regent. In recognition of her academic record and public service, Cinthia was awarded numerous scholarships, including: the California Bar Foundation Diversity Scholarship, the NAACP Legal Defense and Education Fund’s Earl Warren Scholarship, and the Mexican American Bar Foundation Law School Scholarship. Cinthia is a graduate of UCLA, where she served as the first Latina Student Body President in UCLA history.