Genaro Pedroarias is a GIS (geographic
information systems) analyst who has worked in the technology and government relations fields and has been involved with numerous
political projects. Currently, he serves Ericsson, Inc., a global provider of
telecommunication services. Prior to that he served as the government relations representative for S&B Infrastructure,
a major engineering services firm in Washington, DC.
to Cuban parents in Los Angeles, California, he moved to Virginia in 1997 to work for Teligent, Inc., a major fixed wireless
telecommunications company. Prior to moving from southern California,
Genaro worked for the United States Army Corps of Engineers in the Real Estate Division as a cartographer.
brings with him a long of career political activism dating back to his college years when he served on the board of directors
of the California College Republicans as Voter Registration Director and as a regional director. He also served as chairman
of the Cal Poly Pomona College Republicans. While residing in California
he volunteered for numerous campaigns at the local, state, and federal level.
greatest political passion lies in helping elect bright, energetic Republicans to office. To help in this effort, he and a
partner established futureisnow.org, a California PAC dedicated to recruit, train and elect young individuals to positions
at the local level.
he completed a term as president of the Young Hispanic Republican Association. Prior
to that effort, he served for three years as the group’s treasurer. In
both 2000 and 2004 Genaro was an active volunteer for the Bush-Cheney presidential campaign.
In 2004 he was even featured in numerous television campaign ads which were also shown at the Republican National Convention
in New York City. During
the final days of the Bush-Cheney campaign, Genaro had the honor of serving as a member of the elite Bush 72-Hour Task Force
in the state of New Hampshire.
Genaro received his B.S. in Geography from the California
State Polytechnic University.
He is married to Sandra, a Bush appointee to the United States Department of the Treasury and senior advisor to United States
Treasurer Ana Escobedo Cabral.