Sergio Lopez is an author and Councilmember for the City of Campbell, CA.
With longtime roots in his community and a lifelong commitment to service, he has worked at all levels of government, from local on to the White House. In 2020, in a historic victory that received national media attention, he was elected to City Council.
An author and historian, he has served on the Board of Directors of the Campbell Historical Museum Foundation, and his writing has been published in TIME, Teen Vogue, America, Geez, Sojourners, Soft Punk, National Catholic Reporter, and Hanif Abdurraqib's 68to05 project. He is a monthly columnist for the Campbell Press, and his research on public policy and American culture has been accepted to conferences at Yale and Monmouth University.
Lopez is a proud child of immigrants and was the first in his family to graduate college. He attended Yale University on a full ride as a Questbridge Scholar, majoring in history and English and earning a certificate in journalism, and is currently pursuing his master's at Duke Divinity School.
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