Gustavo Partida is a Senior Human Relations Consultant, with the LA County Commission on Human Relations. He coordinates responses to Constituent Service Requests by assisting constituents that seek assistance with various types of issues. He also works with the Countywide Anti-Racism, Diversity and Equity Initiative as team member of the Training Team and has assisted with the Youth Human Relations Leadership Initiative.
Gustavo began his Los Angeles County service in 2007 in the Office of the Ombudsman as an Assistant Ombudsman. In this role he assisted members of the public to resolve complaints involving employees from the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department and the Office of Public Safety. In addition, he managed work-load statistics for the office, and administered the pilot program for the Graffiti Abatement Project. Prior to working for the County, he specialized in conflict resolution while employed with a County-contracted community mental health center. Mr. Partida holds a B.A. degree in Spanish with an emphasis in Public Service from California State University, Dominguez Hills. He is the son of Mexican immigrants from Jalisco and Michoacan and was raised in the Los Angeles Harbor Region.