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Laura Juarez

Laura Juarez has over two decades of experience working at several Kern County Departments including Public Defender, Child Support Services, Juvenile Probation, and the District Attorney’s Office. Presently, she is employed with the Kern County Aging and Adult Services Department as a Senior Office Services Specialist and provides services to our aging seniors and persons with disabilities. Laura has experience in project management, project coordination, supervision, fundraising, and event planning. In her current capacity, she works closely with the Director and members of the Kern County Commission on Aging, and the In-Home Supportive Services Advisory Committee. She is also a California Notary Public. Laura has done voiceover work for “The Kids Count Show,” produced by Kern County Child Support Services, and was selected to serve on Child Support’s Steering Committee. Laura was born and raised in Bakersfield, CA. She graduated from a private high school, and attended Bakersfield College where she studied Administration of Justice. Laura is an enrolled member of the Comanche Nation (Nʉmʉnʉʉ). Laura always strives to be open and receptive to new ideas and enjoys sharing resources with others for the betterment of our community, especially for our children and elders. One of her favorite sayings is “Many hands make light work.”

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