Solano Republican Women Federated
Cat Moy 7 Oct 2019

Cat Moy












Councilwoman Catherine Moy

Catherine Moy was born and raised in Fairfield, California. Her parents were also raised in Fairfield. Catherine graduated from Fairfield High School and attended Solano Community College before transferring and receiving her Bachelor of Arts Degree in Mass Communication, Journalism from Hayward State College.
Following graduation from college, Catherine worked for the Daily Republic in Fairfield. She held the positions of editorial assistant, political and county reporter, feature columnist, and assistant city editor. From 2002 to 2008, Catherine worked as a columnist and freelance reporter for The Reporter in Vacaville. She also worked as a freelance writer for national magazines and various newspapers. During her career, Catherine received numerous awards and recognition from local, state, and national newspaper associations.
In 2005, Catherine began volunteering for Move America Forward, a non-profit organization that supports American troops serving overseas, and was appointed Executive Director of the organization in 2007. Catherine investigated, reported, and co-authored American Mourning, a best-selling book about two families whose lives changed dramatically after their sons were killed in Iraq.
Catherine has done volunteer work with children through Girl Scouts, youth sports, equestrian, and the arts. She has also been an active volunteer with the Loyal Order of Moose and served as a lay minister to Holy Spirit Church, serving sick, elderly, and terminally ill residents in Fairfield.
Catherine was appointed to the Fairfield City Council in October of 2008, following the death of City Councilmember Frank Kardos, and was elected to another term in 2009, 2014, and 2018.
Catherine and her husband, also a native of Fairfield, have been married for over 20 years and have one teenage daughter.
1) Cat Moy, Councilwoman for City of Fairfield
(Copied from City of Fairfield website)

Kevin Kiley 5 Aug 2019

Kevein Kiley









Assemblyman Kevin Kiley
"Protecting our area's water resources, managing our forests, and stopping any additional tax increases will be among my highest priorities, as well as advancing legislation that improves public safety."

Assemblyman Kevin Kiley represents the Sixth District in the California State Assembly. His parents arrived in the area in 1982, his father a physician and his mother a special education teacher. They settled in Orangevale and then Granite Bay, where they raised Kevin and his three siblings with the values of hard work, faith, and fidelity to family and community.

After graduating from Harvard, Kevin followed in his mother's footsteps to become a teacher. He taught 10th-grade English at a high school in South Central Los Angeles, where he chaired the English department and led his students to significant academic gains. Wanting to give his students the same opportunity he had at Granite Bay High School, Kevin also started an award-winning speech and debate team. Dozens of students found their voice through the program, competing in top tournaments throughout the state and graduating to some of California's best universities.

Kevin went on to Yale Law School. He passed the California bar and joined Irell & Manella, where he represented individuals and businesses in high stakes litigation. Later, as a Deputy Attorney General, Kevin represented the People of California in cases involving convicted felons. Kevin and his business partner, former U.S. Congressman Doug Ose, own and operate Ose-Kiley Cattle.

Elected to the California State Assembly in 2016, Kevin has won statewide acclaim for his legislation to expand parental choice for underserved students, ensure impartial descriptions of ballot initiatives, and end the practice of government double taxation. He serves as Vice Chair of the Assembly Education Committee and of the Privacy and Consumer Protection Committee, and is a member of the Public Safety Committee, Governmental Organization Committee, Judiciary Committee, and Higher Education Committee.

Dilenna Harris 3 Jun 2019

Dilenna Harris

Dilenna Harris

As a child, there were two things the daughter of Master Sergeant Dan and Barbara Hughes knew for sure – First, service would always be a part of her life. Second, Vacaville would always be home.

Today, Dilenna Harris continues her commitment to service on the Vacaville City Council and through the numerous non-profit organizations that have benefitted from her leadership through the years. From promoting economic development as Chair of the Vacaville Chamber of Commerce, to protecting veterans and Travis Air Force Base as Chair of the Travis Regional Armed Forces Committee, there’s no doubt about Dilenna’s service to her hometown.

As an entrepreneur, Dilenna blazed new trails for women in the construction industry, creating good local jobs and becoming one of the first women to earn the prestigious designation of Western Regional Master Builder Designation. As a non-profit executive, Dilenna created and instituted development programs for a respected education system and repeated her successes at the Solano County Library Foundation. Eventually, Dilenna was recruited by a major regional health care system to lead their efforts in community involvement.

As a City Councilmember, Dilenna tackles issues head-on. She’s pushed for fiscal responsibility while protecting services, for crime prevention and for new economic development – new jobs for our workforce. As a member of the Council during one of the nation’s worst recessions, Dilenna helped the City weather the storm while continuing to provide much needed services.

Through her work, volunteer service and public service on the City Council, Dilenna continues to promote life-long learning and literacy for young people. She’s building partnerships between business, non-profits and government agencies to share resources and boost the value of every penny of tax dollars. She was recently recognized for her work as Woman of the Year in the 3rd Congressional District.

Dilenna and her husband, Rob, a 37-year member of IBEW, raised three children here in Vacaville, and are enjoying life as grandparents to their seven grandchildren.

Harmeet K Dhillon 06 may 2019

harmeet k dhillon

Colleen Britton 3 Feb 2020

Colleen Britton


 Colleen Britton 

3937 Sierra Vista Dr.
Vacaville, CA 95688
707-446-2634 home
707-486-3944 cell
This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it



Brief Bio: Colleen Britton

In addition to her 25 year teaching career, Colleen owned and operated a home based photography business for eleven years. She was a licensed loan officer and certified mortgage planner. She has published several books and written countless articles over the years.

Active in her community, Colleen has served as past president of the Solano County Arts Council, and currently is the Bay Area Regional Coordinator for the Election Integrity Project Ca.

Colleen is also the founder and Chair of Constitution Literacy Advocates (CLA,) in Solano County. Twenty nineteen marks the eighth year that their group has sponsored an annual Constitution Essay Contest open to ALL Solano County students in grades 7-12, and the Annual Awards Presentation Dinner for winners, their families and teachers. Since the first year of the contest in 2012, more than 1,182 student entries have been received and $8,000 has been awarded to Solano County Students. This year’s topic will be, “Is Freedom of Speech under attack in America.” Plans are underway to engage more schools and increase participation in this year’s contest.

CLA volunteers also provide complimentary Pocket Constitutions to all seven of Solano County Public libraries.



Page 2 of 6