Patricia Ordaz is the Vice President of the Congressional Hispanic Staff Association, the official, non-partisan, bicameral congressional staff organization dedicated to advancing Latinx and Hispanic congressional staff on Capitol Hill. Most recently, she served as a legislative assistant
in the Office of then-Senator Kamala Harris. In that role, she worked on a facet of issues, including immigration, police reform, and civil rights. Previously, she served as Senator Michael Bennet's legislative aide on immigration and judiciary issues. She graduated with a B.A. in Political Science with a minor in Business Management from Metropolitan State University of Denver (2015), where she also served as Student Body President (2014-2015).