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Anna Yeung Mayo Information Technology Developer/ Consultant California Department of Consumer Affairs Sacramento, CA Anna Yeung Mayo enjoyed a tenured career as an information technology developer and consultant with the California Department of Consumer Affairs for nearly two decades. Recently retiring in 2021, her years with the department involved serving on the SEIU statewide bargaining advisory committee and council, as the district labor council president, and as a webmaster for the Information Technology Reclassification Bargaining Team. She was newly elected as a California State Retiree Delegate and is also a member of the advisory panel for the Bank of America. Throughout the course of her multifaceted career, Ms. Mayo spent eight years as a video professional in the performing arts industry, and more than 20 years as a software specialist for the U.S. Department of Defense through which she received two major suggestion awards: one from the Department of Army and another from the Department of Air Force, which has generated more than $26,000 for the workforce. Long driven by the desire to succeed in a field dominated by men, Ms. Mayo is proud to have distinguished herself in the information technology industry. Outside of her work in this field, she also tutored school-aged children in grades K-12 in mathematics, language arts and Microsoft applications for 10 years. Additionally, she served as a U.S. Air Force medic for 20 years, during which time she participated in Operation Desert Shield and established a medical library in 1980. Drawing inspiration from the example of her late father, who was an Air Force pilot and artist, Ms. Mayo became involved in the visual arts as a promotor and organizer for various performing artists. She served as the chief executive officer of Finest Asian Performing Arts Inc., and was the producer of the Finest Asian Music Festival Series for more than 10 years, which saw her responsible for coordinating the first ever East/West concert performance with the Sacramento Symphony promoting various local and international artists. Ms. Mayo was also aligned with the Sacramento Metropolitan Arts Commission as a board member for several years.