Supervisor Warren Slocum
Host Member, SMC Board of Supervisors. Swam Alcatraz Escape. Albania Election Observer. Father, Vet, dog/coffee lover – transportation & affordable housing champion.
San Mateo County Supervisor Warren Slocum was elected to the Board in November 2012. He represents the Fourth District which includes East Palo Alto, a portion of Menlo Park, Redwood City, and the unincorporated community of North Fair Oaks.
As a member of the Board, Warren serves the County on a number of Boards and Commissions including the Metropolitan Transportation Commission, Local Agency Formation Commission, Housing Endowment & Regional Trust, and the Housing Our People Effectively Interagency Action Council.
Since his election to the Board of Supervisors, Warren has been focused on improving the quality of life for all people on the Peninsula, and issues of transportation, housing, immigrants, veterans, and youth. He is a fierce advocate for social justice and has introduced and co-sponsored legislation to establish a Language Access Policy, Veterans Commission, Office of Community Affairs, and the Office of Immigrant Affairs. He is a proud Vietnam veteran who earned his degree from San Diego State University. Previously, Warren served and as the San Mateo County Assessor-County Clerk Recorder & Chief Elections Officer. He and his wife, Maria Diaz-Slocum, President of the Redwood City School Board, call Redwood City home.
Warren is a technology enthusiast, an amateur photographer, a dog lover, and coffee aficionado who believes in the concept “#DreamBig.”
Learn more about Supervisor Slocum’s priorities at: https://bos.smcgov.org/district-4-warren-slocum