On November 8, 2016, California State Assemblyman Kevin Kiley was elected to represent the 6th Assembly District, which includes Placer, Sacramento, and El Dorado counties. He serves as Vice-Chair of the Education Committee and Vice-Chair of the Privacy and Consumer Protection Committee, and is a member of the Higher Education, Housing and Community Development, and Judiciary committees.
Before being elected to the State Assembly, Kevin represented the People of California as a Deputy Attorney General in cases involving convicted felons. He has taken this commitment to the safety of Californians to the Legislature, where he has authored legislation to protect victims and support law enforcement.
Earlier in his career, Kevin taught tenth-grade English at an inner city public high school, where he chaired the English department and led his students to significant academic gains. The son of a special education teacher, Kevin is working to advance educational opportunity for all Californians, with measures to expand parental choice and access to career education.
Kevin was born and raised in the communities of the Sixth Assembly District, and graduated as a member of Granite Bay High School’s fifth graduating class. He earned a bachelor’s degree from Harvard, a law degree from Yale, and a master’s in secondary education from Loyola Marymount. He has also served as an adjunct professor at McGeorge School of Law.
Privacy and Consumer Protection, Vice-Chair
Housing and Community Development