I have always been looking for a change in policies that cater to the needs of the people in the district since national policies don’t serve local needs. Policies and the process should be designed to address the needs of end-users, and I don’t see that happening now.
I have been a grassroots volunteer for 15 years.
I am Sirisha Kompalli, running for the Virginia House of Delegates, District #26.
My focus is to:
- Stop gun violence
- Defend reproductive rights
- Support local small business owners
- Strengthen our public schools
- Expand local mental health services
- Provide commuting access to Metro
- Control increasing costs of tolls
- Support local farmers
- Support senior citizens.
I was born in my grand parent’s home, a small village in Telangana, I grew up in the bustling city of Hyderabad, Telangana, India, where I completed my education. In 2000, I tied the knot with Srinivas and moved to the United States. Since 2003, Virginia has been my home, and I currently reside in Loudoun County.
Over the years, I’ve worked in various industries such as telecom, retail, transportation, IT, and real estate. Alongside my career, I’ve also volunteered at nearly 50 organizations. I’ve mentored young leaders, spearheaded programs to support those in need, and engaged with the community in numerous ways.
During the COVID-19 pandemic, I raised $40,000 through plant sales and donated to 13 different organizations that helped those affected by the virus. Following this, I founded a nonprofit organization called Green and Beyond, which aimed to address a wide range of issues. Within a year, we organized 330 food drives, 50 unique programs, mobilized 1,500 volunteers, and completed $250,000/- of work.
As I delved deeper into community service, I realized that policies were necessary to support and uplift the community. We need the policies and process which helps the district people’s needs.
Your support matters for me to win this election.
Candidate for Delegate HD 26
Ph: 571 246 3636
Join #TeamSirisha as we work towards building inclusive communities and serving all Virginians.
Together, we are in it to win it.
I am honored to acknowledge the most iconic and honorable former State Senator, Emilie Miller, who was elected in 1983.
She paved the way for women in politics and became the first woman to represent Fairfax County in the Senate.
I am grateful for the opportunity to have learned from her experiences, wisdom, and journey.
Her legacy and advocacy for women’s rights, as well as her mentorship of young candidates like myself, continue to inspire future generations.
Thank you for your gracious support, Senator Miller!