Cecilia Aguiar-Curry is the city of Winters’ first female mayor and has formerly served as a Planning Commissioner and City Councilmember. She is a Democrat and seeks to represent California’s 4th Assembly District, which consists of southern Sacramento Valley, Napa and Lake Counties and parts of the San Francisco North Bay. She graduated from schools in the district and then went on to earn degrees in business administration and accounting from San Jose State University. She grew up around agriculture and to this day co-owns her family farm. She began her own consulting firm in the industry specializing in water, public policy and community outreach.
As mayor, Aguiar-Curry has focused on increasing the technology available to public school students in her rural district by securing computers for every 6th grader, building senior housing and bringing a PG&E job training facility to Winters. She took part in the inter-county effort to create the Berryessa Snow Mountain National Monument. In addition, she is Chair of the Yolo Housing Commission, Vice-Chair of the Yolo County Water Association and a board member of the Sacramento Council of Governments.