Yvette ZR Rapose – Vice President
Yvette has dedicated her professional career to public service. Over the last 20 years, she has worked in local, state and federal branches of government; always holding leadership positions with the ultimate goals of ensuring a fair allocation of resources to historically disenfranchised communities. Yvette has served the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority for the last 14 years. Starting out in Government Relations, today Yvette is the Director of Construction Relations.
She manages several teams that perform public outreach, stakeholder communications and construction impact mitigation on high-profile capital projects. She has served on the boards for the Latino/a College Leadership Institute, Herb and Lani Alpert Scholarship Fund and Las Hermanitas. She is adjunct faculty for Coro, where she has trained grass roots community members in ethical civic leadership to promote broader civic engagement and expand the social capital of the community. Yvette is also a trained facilitator for the National Conference of Community & Justice, Diversity Matters, and 9-Dot Solutions.