2020-2021 Board of Directors
Mario Guerrero, President of Sacramento Stonewall Dems, is an advocate both professionally and personally. He is the current Chair of the Sacramento City Community Police Review Commission. He is Deputy Director for Legislation at the California Human Resources Department and a lecturer at Sacramento State where he teaches in the Political Science Department. Mario has experience in various policy areas including labor, health, education (K-12), higher education, environment, restorative justice reform, and civil rights in California. His previous professional experience includes working for Service Employees International
Union Local 1000, the California Faculty Associations, Equality California, the Coalition for Clean Air, the California State Assembly Committee on Accountability and Administrative Review, the National Association of Latino Elected and Appointed Officials (NALEO) Educational Fund, and BIENESTAR Human Services, Inc. He is a veteran of the United State Marine Corps.
Jordan Hosein-Hedmann, who identifies as a Gay Trinidadian-Jamaican man, currently serves as Vice President. In this role, Jordan leads the advocacy committee and is interested in uplifting marginalized queer folks who are interested in running for office across the Sacramento region in an effort to bring representation to all intersections of the LGBTQ+ community. As a returning board member, Jordan is eager to continue to get to
know club members and he hopes to see many of you in person again to hear what members value and find ways that we can help support the community as things open back up post pandemic.
Alan LoFaso serves as PAC Chair. I’m excited to return to as a Stonewall officer after a 13-year hiatus. I’m proud to be one of Stonewall’s original 100 members (no. 35, I think). I have a long record of LGBTQ+ community activism, beginning with my first campaign to preserve a civil rights ordinance in 1986. I was a statewide lobbyist for LGBTQ+ and HIV/AIDS organizations, legislating the original registered domestic partnership framework and working for many HIV/AIDS medical and privacy advancements back in the day. I also served previously as Stonewall PAC Chair and Vice President between 2007 to 2009, in addition to roles at the county and state Democratic parties. I have also worked for elected officials for over 25 years, as a chief of staff and constitutional officer chief deputy.
Michael Vargas is an Attorney and Law Professor and currently serves as Fundraising Chair. Before joining the Sacramento Stonewall Democrats, Michael served as the President of the Silicon Valley Stonewall Democrats (2020), Co-President of the Peninsula Stonewall Democrats (2018), a board member for BAYMEC (2017-2020), and a board member for the Silicon Valley Rainbow Chamber of Commerce (2017-2021). Michael is also finishing a term as a Commissioner on the Santa Clara County Equal Access and Employment Opportunity Commission, and is a regular columnist for the San Jose Spotlight on LGBTQ+ and legal issues.
Michael lives in Elk Grove with his husband, Brent, and their two dogs, Loki and Fenris.
Nate Pelczar (he/him/his) serves as the Communications Chair. Nate is a proud Sacramento Stonewall Dems member and has been since he moved to the greater Sacramento area in 2008. He’s served the club in a number of roles over the years: PAC Chair, Fundraising Chair, and others in an effort to help the club continue to grow its membership, continue to strengthen its financial footing, and, most importantly, continue to expand the bench of local LGBTQ+ candidates and elected officials. Nate has worked much of the last 15 years as a management consultant (Crowe and Deloitte) and currently works as a Special Projects Manager for the California Product Stewardship Council (registered 501(c)(3)), is an avid outdoorsman, and serves on a number of local and statewide boards.
Scott A. Hill (he/him/his) is serving his first term as Membership Chair. He has lived in the Sacramento area since 2018 when he relocated to work with AFSCME 3299 as an internal organizer for UC Davis Medical Center. He has a Masters in Negotiations, Conflict Resolution, & Peacebuilding from CSU Dominguez Hills and Masters in Divinity from Claremont School of Theology. He is a pastor seeking ordination within the Metropolitan Community Church. He is a longtime community organizer who has worked on multiple social justice issues. In his free time, he enjoys time with his partner, his pets, cooking and playing the banjo.
Paul Villaluz Weubbe (he/him/his) is serving as Secretary/Treasurer. Paul has been a
member of Sacramento Stonewall since 2010, and comes to our board with previous
board experience as Past President of the Rainbow Chamber of Commerce, Former
Vice President of the California Apartment Association Sacramento Valley Chapter. He and his husband R.Paul reside in Midtown Sacramento and he operates a property management firm and family has Billy’s Farm in Wilton, CA. He has been active in the LGBTQ+ community and currently serves as the President of the Rainbow Foundation. They both enjoy traveling and camping.