José Luis Solache was elected to the Lynwood City Council in 2013. His commitment to improving the Lynwood community is demonstrated through his hard work and dedication. His aptitude for leadership and predisposition for genuine, sincere service are the characteristics that shape who he is - a public servant committed to improve the lives of the children and people in the community.
Prior to serving on City Council, Solache was elected to the Lynwood Board of Education in November 2003, making history as the youngest Latino board member of Lynwood Unified School District. He was re-elected in 2007 and in 2011, serving as Vice President for the board during his third term in office. The Board of Education represents over 15,000 students, over 600 teachers, and over 750 service employees. He has also served as Board President three times, each lasting a year. As an alumnus of the Lynwood K-12 educational system, Solache's first-hand experience allows him to identify the district needs and participate in the process of providing a quality education that prepares students for college and career. In 2013, he ran for Lynwood City Council and was elected
Solache graduated from California State University - Dominguez Hills with a bachelor's degree in Liberal Studies with an option in Spanish. Solache has been a leader in public service since an early age. While completing his degree at CSU Dominguez Hills, he served as Student Body President for two terms, followed by winning a statewide election to chair the largest student-run organization - the California State Student Association (CSSA). As chairman of CSSA, he served and protected access and affordability to a quality public higher education for the under-served communities in California. Solache is currently pursuing a Masters of Arts degree at the University of Southern California, while also serving as the Director of Community and Government Relations for a local non-profit organization.