Alejandra Campoverdi was born in Los Angeles to a single mother and grew up with her grandmother. Her mother, an immigrant to the USA from Mexico used to work in a car floor mat manufacturing company to fund family. Campoverdi attends Saint Monica Catholic High School and pursued her Master of Public Policy from the Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University. Regarding her Ethnicity, she is White and holds American Nationality.
Firstly, Campoverdi worked at the California Endowment, which helps to improve the quality and affordable health care to underserved communities. After completing her master, she was hired for Barack Obama’s presidential campaign in order to work in Chicago headquarters.
Later, Alejandra was appointed to White House staff as Special Assistant to the White House Deputy Chief of Staff for Policy as she gave outstanding devotion during the campaign. While working at White House, she was appointed as Deputy Director of Hispanic Media and become the first girl ever. She also worked on White House communications around the Affordable Care Act and implemented communication strategy directed towards the Hispanic community.
After White House, she worked as Senior Advisor in Univision, Managing Editor and Director of Multicultural Content at the Los Angeles Times. Alejandra also worked as a member of the Pacific Council on International Policy and also volunteered as a teacher for InsideOUT Writers. Recently, she announced, vacancy for the Democratic Party for the U.S. House of Representatives in California’s 34th congressional district, replacing Xavier Becerra; Attorney General of California.
Moving towards her personal life, Campoverdi has become the crucial member of the United stated so information regarding her affairs, boyfriends and family background isn’t exposed in public. She earns the tremendous amount of money from her career. The big chunk of her Net worth has been estimated as $ 1 Million.