Rochelle moved to Las Vegas over 20 years ago and believes that our diversity is what makes Nevada a great place to live and raise a family. She has prioritized in her career as an attorney, reforming our criminal justice system so that it is fair and impartial to everyone and fighting for mental health care.
She watched her parents work multiple jobs to make sure she and her younger sister had access to a great education. She learned an extraordinary work ethic and the importance of a motto of “giving everything we have to everything we do.”
Rochelle knows first hand the doors a good education can unlock and was first in her family to graduate college and then attend law school. Rochelle earned her law degree from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas and is a practicing attorney. She and her husband are the proud parents of two children who attend Clark County public schools. She believes it is imperative that Nevada leads the way on adapting our education system to our diversifying economy so that we can increase the talents of our workforce and promote more economic growth.
WHY I'M RUNNING
I believe in the power of community. Having moved to Las Vegas over 20 years ago I quickly learned that in this town, reaching out to our neighbors, our elected leaders, and our government officials result in a better community for all of us.
I am a problem solver. I went to Carson City to serve the people of our community and to take your voice with me. We made progress on many everyday issues including raising wages for hardworking Nevadans, capping medical costs, increasing funding for schools, and protecting our public lands.