Manager, Office of Labor Standards Enforcement
Betty Duong leads the Santa Clara County Office of Labor Standards Enforcement (OLSE) overseeing all administrative and operational functions of the newly created office. Approved by the Board of Supervisors in 2017, OLSE is one of eight offices in the nation to advance labor standards at the local government level.
Prior to leading OLSE, Betty Duong served as Budget and Policy Director to Santa Clara County Supervisor Cindy Chavez. Duong took a personal leave of absence in 2016 to manage the successful Measure A $950 million housing bond campaign.
Duong received a Juris Doctorate from the University of California, Davis King Hall School of Law, a Bachelor of Arts Degree (in Asian American Studies) from the University of California, Berkeley, and is a proud graduate of De Anza College.
Program Manager, Office of Labor Standards Enforcement
Food Permit Enforcement Program
Jessie Yu joined the County of Santa Clara Office of Labor Standards Enforcement (OLSE) in 2019 and oversees the Food Permit Enforcement Program. Jessie also provides leadership on research, policy development and the Labor Standards Outreach and Education Initiative.
Prior to joining OLSE, Jessie managed international worker engagement programs at both Elevate Limited, a sustainability and supply chain management consulting firm, and Good World Solutions, a social enterprise with a mission to use data to create safe and respectful workplaces. As part of the capacity building team, she focused on providing worker survey data to clients on topics such as working hours, wages and forced labor to better understand factory working conditions and opportunities for improvement activities
Deputy County Counsel, County of Santa Clara
Ravi Rajendra joined the Office of the County Counsel in 2018. He is a member of the Social Justice and Impact Litigation Section, and he advises the Office of Labor Standards Enforcement and the Office of Immigrant Relations on a variety of issues.
Before he joined the Office, Ravi represented labor unions, low-wage workers, and non-profit organizations at Altshuler Berzon LLP, a public interest law firm in San Francisco. There, he focused on affirmative litigation, including in class actions; legislative drafting and policy development; and public advocacy campaigns. Before that, Ravi represented labor unions, union-affiliated employee benefit funds, and related entities in a variety of litigation and advice matters at Bredhoff & Kaiser, PLLC, in Washington, DC.
Deputy County Executive, County of Santa Clara
David Campos is a Deputy County Executive for the County of Santa Clara, where his responsibilities include overseeing the Division of Equity and Social Justice which includes the Office of Labor Standards Enforcement, the Office of Women’s Policy, the Office of Immigrant Relations, the Office of LGBTQ Affairs, the Office of Cultural Competency, the Office of the Census 2020, the newly created Office of Gender Based Violence Prevention in addition to overseeing the County’s implementation of the 2016 $950 million Measure A Housing Bond, the Office of Countywide Contract Management, Sanitation District 2-3, and serving as the County’s policy point person on litigation against the Trump Administration.
In addition to his government work, David is presently Chair of the San Francisco Democratic Party.
Prior to his work with the County, David was an elected member of the San Francisco Board of Supervisors, where he represented District 9, which includes the neighborhood of the Mission, Bernal Heights, the Portola, and St. Mary’s Park. David also served as Chair of the San Francisco County Transportation Authority, and represented the City and County of San Francisco on the Municipal Transportation Commission and the Board of Directors for the Golden Gate Bridge and Transportation District. David was also as a San Francisco Police Commissioner and General Counsel for the San Francisco Unified School District.
David received a Juris Doctor Degree from Harvard Law School and a Bachelor of Arts Degree (in Political Science) from Stanford University