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Bridget Escalera

Bridget was born and raised in Bakersfield California. After 33 years of service, she retired in 2012 from the Bakersfield Superior Court, where she was a Judicial Courtroom Assistant. Working with judges, lawyers, probation officers and law enforcement. Over saw various courtroom dockets and trials. Bridget also has served on BAIHP Board of Directors off and on since the doors opened. Recently re-appointed after serving her terms. She served in the US Military/Army branch from 1977 to 1980. Bridget is currently the elder’s representative of the Chalon Indian Nation Tribal Council. Bridget is a recent widow. Her and husband Raymond were married for 35 years and have 2 grown children and 2 grandchildren. “My vision for BAIHP is to be an honorable, educational and inviting beacon for our urban native families”.

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