San Mateo County District 2 is a staff of four women and two men wearing suits and smiling together.


Meet your District 2 Team

Supervisor Noelia Corzo is a Latina woman with long, curly black hair and glasses. She is wearing a dark suit with a magenta blouse.

Supervisor Noelia Corzo

A lifelong resident of San Mateo County, Noelia Corzo is a single mom and the daughter of Guatemalan immigrants. She studied Sociology at Cañada College and San Francisco State University obtaining her A.A. and B.A. degrees.

Supervisor Corzo has worked as a social worker, foster youth advocate, and community organizer. She was twice-elected Board Trustee of the San Mateo-Foster City School District and served as Board President during Covid. Noelia made history as the first Latina elected to the San Mateo County Board of Supervisors and is currently the only woman on the Board. Supervisor Corzo represents District Two which is made up of San Mateo, Foster City, and over half of Belmont. She lives in San Mateo with her son, Mikey, and her dog, Quetzi.

Rudy Espinoza Murray is a Latino man wearing a dark suit with a white shirt and blue and pink striped tie.

Rudy Espinoza Murray, Senior Legislative Aide

Rudy Espinoza Murray is the son of Nicaraguan political refugees and grew up working class where his parents always instilled in him the importance of an education. As a survivor of gun violence, he has dedicated many years to the Gun Violence Prevention movement, which led him to the world of politics and government. With almost 20 years of professional experience in corporate and non-profit sectors, Rudy brings his passion for making the world better and safer for his husband and daughter.

Rudy has a Bachelor of Science degree in International Agriculture and Rural Development from Cornell University and serves on multiple boards, including a national pro-housing non-profit. He resides in Redwood City, where he serves as a Planning Commissioner.

Focus Areas: Housing, Tenant Protections, Government and Inter-agency Relations, Gun Violence Prevention, Education, Policy, and Communications

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Jacki Rigoni is a white woman with long, wavy brown hair. She is smiling and wearing a black suit with a collared white shirt.

Jacki Rigoni, Senior Legislative Aide

Jacki Rigoni brings deep professional experience as a creative director and copywriter as well as leadership in activism to the District Two community she’s called home for over 20 years. She is a published author and served for three years as Poet Laureate of Belmont, where her poems can be found in public installations.

Jacki has an M.A. from U.C. Berkeley in English and a B.A. cum laude from Marquette University in English, Spanish, and Psychology. She holds two California teaching credentials and speaks four languages, including Spanish and Marshallese, a language she learned serving in the Peace Corps. She is a long-time resident of Belmont, where she is single mom to her three activists-in-training.

Focus Areas: Women’s Rights, Domestic Violence, Mental Health, Juvenile Justice, Social Justice, Arts and Culture, Social Media, and Communications.

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Alan Wong is an Asian-American man with short black hair. He is smiling and wearing a light gray suit with a collared white shirt.

Alan Wong, Senior Legislative Aide

Alan Wong was born and raised in the Bay Area and his parents are immigrants from Hong Kong. Alan brings his years of policy experience as a Legislative Aide at the San Francisco Board of Supervisors, where he drafted and got passed legislation to guarantee a decade of ‘Free City College’ for all San Francisco residents.

Subsequently, Alan was elected to the City College of San Francisco Board of Trustees in 2020 and currently serves as Board President. As a fourteen-year veteran and lieutenant in the National Guard, he has been deployed multiple times to provide disaster relief and security during natural disasters and wildfires. Alan speaks Cantonese. In his free time, he enjoys staying physically fit, watching Asian dramas, and finding new restaurants to try.

Focus Areas: Budget, Measure K, Environment, Transit, Public Safety, Labor, Income Inequality, Language Access, and Parks and Recreation.

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Christina Falla is a Latina woman with long, dark brown hair and glasses. She is smiling and wearing a light striped suit jacket over a simple white blouse.

Christina Falla, Legislative Aide

Christina Falla was born in San Francisco and raised in San Mateo County. She brings over 15 years of customer service experience to her role in public service for District Two, having served with Supervisor Carole Groom before joining Supervisor Corzo's team. Christina is fluent in both English and Spanish and has a passion for children and families. Christina has deep roots in San Mateo, where she lives with her fiancé, Christian, two boys, Andre and Enzo, and their dog, Klay.

Focus Areas: Children and Families, Scheduling, Meeting Preparations, Constituent Services, Administrative Multitasking, and General Office Management.

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Adhilene Torres is a Latina woman with long, straight black hair. She is smiling and wearing a black suit with a bright pink shirt.

Adhilene Torres, Intern

Adhilene Torres is a recent graduate of San Mateo High School, where she graduated with honors and the state biliteracy seal.

Adhilene speaks Spanish and worked in high school as a translator for parents, tutored ELD students, organized fundraisers for unhoused people, served in leadership for La Raza Unida and choreographed cultural dance performances.

In the fall, Adhilene will head off to Cal State East Bay with multiple scholarships.

Focus Areas: Constituent Support, Newsletter, Disaster Preparedness, Community Engagement.

Where to find us
District 2 Office
400 County Center
Redwood City, CA 94063Get Directions
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