Pasadena, CA – Assemblymember Chris Holden welcomes Ann Marie Hickambottom to join his district office staff. Ann Marie Hickambottom brings a wealth of knowledge of the Pasadena and Altadena community where she and her family have deep roots, and has executive experience in organizational and program development from a long career in nonprofit management.
“I’ve personally known Ann Marie for decades, and she is a proven leader who has already made a positive impact in the community through her long history of civic engagement and volunteerism,” said Assemblymember Chris Holden. “We’re lucky to have her – her leadership qualities and experience addressing important local issues is a huge asset to my team and every constituent in the 41st Assembly District.”
Hickambottom currently serves on the board of directors for the Pasadena Community Access Corporation, which is responsible for providing community access to broadcast programming on the city’s public access channel and the Robinson Park Renovation Task Force.
She attended PUSD schools from elementary school to high school and is a proud alumna of John Muir High School. She attended Pasadena City College before graduating from UC Santa Barbara, and further expanded her knowledge of public policy by completing the Coro Fellows Program.
Her portfolio of civic and professional engagement includes involvement with the City of Pasadena Planning Commission, Rose Bowl Operating Company, City of Pasadena Affirmative Action Commission, City of Pasadena Bicentennial Committee, Abode Community Housing, Shelter Partnership, and More Than Shelter for Seniors.