Mrs. Ulloa has diverse experiences in the private sector, multi-levels of government, and not-for-profit organizations. Suffolk County, NY, has been Mrs. Ulloa’s residence for most of her life. Mrs. Ulloa and her family reside in West Sayville, Long Island.
Mrs. Ulloa is a master community organizer and visionary devoted to educating, empowering, and engaging immigrants and women to be successful in advocating for change in their lives and communities. Empowering new immigrants as they transition from their homeland into a world of a unique opportunity in America. A long-awaited journey in many cases, the sacrifices, obstacles, and journey to citizenship is long and arduous. An advocate at heart, Mrs. Ulloa is fully bilingual (English-Spanish) and is politically active, enabling her to advocate for winning opportunities for community members. An experienced campaign strategist: recruits, trains, and empowers staff and volunteers during political campaigns to teach immigrants and women to have their voices heard. As directed by the Party, Mrs. Ulloa accompanies select presidential candidates on television shows and local events from time to time. Her most noted contribution was assisting with a roundtable for the Party nominated presidential candidate and other federally elected officials representing the minority communities to reduce recidivism.
Married in 1994, Mrs. Ulloa and her husband, Sergio, have raised three wonderful children and have Four grandchildren. A graduate of Sayville Public Schools and lifelong student Mrs. Ulloa has combined her education and career experience in Business and Public Administration from St. Joseph’s, Adelphi, and SUNY Empire.