Phone: (818) 901-3831
Valley Field Deputy & Caseworker
Moses Ledesma was born and raised in the beautiful City of Los Angeles. He has been serving the County of Los Angeles since 1997. Not only does he pride himself as a dedicated public servant, he is the proud youngest brother of six siblings and proud father to a successful 21 year old son named, James.
Over the past many years he has been serving the County of Los Angeles, Mr. Ledesma has worn many “hats.” Starting in 1997, he worked as a mail clerk, purchasing clerk, and later as a Staff Assistant for the honorable Supervisor Yvonne B. Burke. In that capacity, he assisted constituents with various issues in the unincorporated Florence-Firestone section of the Second District.
Later, Mr. Ledesma worked two separate terms for the Domestic Violence Council with the Executive Office of the Board of Supervisors. During both terms, he assisted victims and survivors of domestic violence by guiding them to receive appropriate services such as counseling, therapy, shelter, and other support services. He was also instrumental in facilitating meetings aimed at updating various domestic violence laws, bills, and policies on the local, State, and Federal levels.
Another highlight of Mr. Ledesma’s County career was working with the County Equity Oversight Panel since its inception in 2011. In that capacity, Mr. Ledesma assisted county workforce members by processing and analyzing discrimination, harassment and retaliation complaints. Moreover, Mr. Ledesma provided support to managers from across the County, regarding implementing the newly adopted County Policy of Equity.
In his spare time, Mr. Ledesma enjoys spending quality time with friends and family. But that’s when he is not attending school. Currently, Mr. Ledesma is close to receiving his Bachelor of Arts degree. Mr. Ledesma is very excited to be wearing a new “hat” working for the Honorable Sheila Kuehl in her Van Nuys office. He looks forward to helping in any way possible.