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Margo Melinda Morales

government analyst

Margo Melinda Morales, American government analyst. Named to Outstanding Young Women of America, 1983.


Morales, Margo Melinda was born on November 2, 1958 in Pomona, California, United States. Daughter of Roman Montes and Nancy Ruth (Sloan) Morales.


Bachelor in Political Science, California State Polytechnic University, Pomona, 1982.


Loan processor Crocker National Bank, El Segundo, California, 1983-1986. Rehabilitation specialist Los Angeles County Community Development Commission, Monterey Park, 1986-1987, marketing specialist, 1987-1988, environmental specialist, 1988-1989. Management analyst Chief Administrative Office Los Angeles County, 1989-1996—.

Head foster care intake/technical assistance Los Angeles County Department Children's and Family Services, Covina, California, since 1996. Member Los Angeles Means Business Task Force, 1992-1993. Chair Drug Diversion Task Force, Los Angeles, 1991.

Member California Perservation Foundation, San Francisco, 1988-1989.


  • Editor newsletter California State University Alumni Council News and Notes, 1991-1992.


Team handball support services coordinator Olympic Festival, Los Angeles, 1988-1991. Member California State University Alumni Council, since 1991. Volunteer various local, state and federal campaigns, Los Angeles County, since 1980.

Board directors Fair Housing Foundation, Long Beach, California, since 1993. Member California State Polytechnic University Pomona Alumni (honorary life, board directors since 1989, vice president 1989).


  • Other Interests

    Reading, hiking, theater, cooking, shopping for collectibles.


Married Kenneth Clark Brown. Stepchildren: Gregory Brown, Leslie Brown.

Roman Montes Morales

Nancy Ruth (Sloan) Morales

Kenneth Clark Brown

Gregory Brown Morales

Leslie Brown Morales