Meet the Advocacy Team
Edgar S. Zazueta, Ed.D.
Senior Director of Policy and Governmental Relations
Edgar Zazueta currently serves as the Senior Director of Policy and Government Relations for the Association of California School Administrators. In this role, he oversees the advocacy efforts in Sacramento and Washington, D.C. on behalf of the largest umbrella administrator organization in the United States. Prior to joining ACSA, Zazueta served as the Chief of External Affairs for LAUSD, representing the superintendent and board of education before community organizations and led legislative advocacy at the federal, state, and local levels of government. Zazueta joined the organization in 2015. Read full bio
Diana Vu joined ACSA in 2020. Diana has worked in both the Assembly and Senate in a variety of positions, including policy consultant and legislative director. She has a broad range of experience with California government having represented many parts of the state, including the Central Valley, the Bay Area, the Central Coast, and Southern California. Through this work, Diana has become skilled at navigating the complexities of the legislative process and the impact legislation can have on the varying regions of the state. Read full bio
Megan Baier joined ACSA in 2021, after spending a decade in the Legislature. Megan came to the Legislature through the Senate Fellows Program, working for members representing a diverse swath of California. Megan has served members in key leadership positions, most recently as the K12 and higher education policy advisor to the president pro tempore Toni Atkins, where she played an integral role in negotiating the education portion of the state budget. Megan works on budget, special education, alternatives to discipline, and homeless and foster youth issues for ACSA among others. Read full bio
Dorothy Johnson joined the Association of California School Administrators (ACSA) in 2021 bringing over a decade of experience advocating for statewide associations serving California’s local public agencies. Immediately before ACSA, Dorothy served as a gubernatorial appointee to the State’s 2020 Census Office, first as legislative director and then as policy advisor. Dorothy has honed expertise in a diverse array of issues, with emphasis on local government, that include governance, administration, employee relations, revenue and taxation, elections, public works, public safety, and state mandates. Dorothy works on employee-employer relations, CalSTRS/PERS, governance, privacy, and utilities for ACSA among others. Read full bio