Michelle Pariset

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Michelle Pariset is a board member at Organize Sacramento.

Valenzuela staffer

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Michelle Pariset is chief of staff for Katie Valenzuela.

Standing for AD 7

In 2019 Michelle Pariset stood from AD 7 for the California Democratic Party Central Committee.

I work for Public Advocates, a non-profit civil rights law firm and advocacy organization. I spend my days advocating for progressive housing and tenant protection legislation in the Capitol. I’m also the lead author and a named proponent on the Sacramento rent stabilization and just cause charter amendment (which City voters will have an opportunity to pass in 2020). Additionally, I’m a board member of Organize Sacramento, a small and mighty local non-profit that fought to raise the minimum wage and advocates for a transit system that serves those who need it most, among many other campaigns. I bring these experiences with me to my work as a delegate.[1]

2017 run


In 2017 Michelle Pariset stood from AD 7 for the California Democratic Party Central Committee.

Organize Sacramento

Darrow Sprague December 9, 2016:


With Michelle Pariset, Phillip Kim, Veronica Beaty, J.D. Garcia and Daniela Urban at Organize Sacramento.

Andee Sunderland September 12 2016. ·

First Organize Sacramento meeting in our own office!!


— with Omega Brewer-Gonzalez, Russell Rawlings, Eric Sunderland, Fabrizio Sasso, Michelle Pariset, Tamie Dramer.

Organize Sacramento 5th Anniversary

Michelle Pariset April 26, 2018


Almost too much awesome for one picture! It won't let me tag Magali! At the Organize Sacramento 5th anniversary celebration — with Jeff Otter, Eric McAfee, Magali Kincaid, Andres Ramos and Maureen Craft at Organize Sacramento.

California Teachers Association strike supporters

Phillip Kim January 13 2018.


With Dean Murakami, Tamika L'Ecluse, Shirley Toy, Rachelanne Vander Werf, Jillynn Molina, Robert Longer, David Mandel, Anna Molander, Ian Hoffmann, Norma Alcala, Michelle Pariset, Tim Molina and Rene Cruz Martinez at California Teachers Association.



Jacobin Reading Group Sacramento closed Facebook group, accessed December 1, 2017.[2]


Other members