Erica Flores Baltodano
Erica Flores Baltodano is President of The Baltodano Firm, A Professional Corporation. The Baltodano Firm is a plaintiff-side employment law firm in San Luis Obispo. A graduate of UC Berkeley’s Boalt Hall School of Law and UCLA, Erica has 17 years of experience as an attorney and policy advocate in the areas of civil rights, social justice, and employment law. Prior to opening her own firm in 2010, Erica served as Assistant Director and Counsel at a non-profit organization in Los Angeles called The Center for Law in the Public Interest, where she helped to develop and manage The City Project, a legal and policy organization dedicated to equal justice, democracy, and livability for all.
Ryan is the Treasurer of SLOLAF and a Business Development Officer at Pacific Western Bank, with over 20 years of experience working in both commercial and consumer lending & banking. Ryan's extensive experience with banking fraud and financial abuse perpetuated against seniors and others, allow him to provide valuable insights and advice to avoiding abuse for SLOLAF's clients.
Nicole Pazdan is a Graduate of Cal Poly University, majoring in Business. She has lived in the Central Coast for 18 yrs and has dedicated those years to the rewarding experience of working with Seniors. Nicole a Certified Senior Advisor, is the founder of Elder Placement Professionals and is committed to providing ethical services to San Luis Obispo County Seniors.<br /> Nicole has co-chaired the Elder Abuse Prevention Council for over 5 years, She is currently active in the Alzheimer’s Association, Rotary, SLO Legal Assistance Foundation, The Monday Club and she also belongs to many other local non-profits
Scott is a partner in the firm Andre, Morris & Buttery in San Luis Obispo. Scott is Chairman of the Estate Planning, Trusts and Probate Practice Group and is a member of the Business and Real Estate Transactions Practice Group. He is certified by the State Bar of California as a specialist in estate planning, trust and probate law. Before starting his law practice, he was a Certified Public Accountant. Scott provides a unique expertise in addressing the complex issues faced by SLOLAF's clients.
Dallas K. Mosier is the Past-President of SLOLAF, serving nearly 4 years, and a partner in the law firm of Carmel & Naccasha LLP. Dallas' practice areas include corporate law and estate and trust planning and administration, focusing on complex tax and family dynamic planning.</p> <p>Originally from Orange County, Dallas obtained his undergraduate degree from UC Irvine, and Juris Doctor and LL.M. in Taxation from Chapman University School of Law.
Angie King is a Contract Attorney for SLO Legal Alternatives Government Benefits Program. As the former director of the Senor Legal Services Project, Angie continues to volunteer her time to provide services to the Project’s clients. She has decades of legal aid experience in three states, and is active in California Women Lawyers and Women Lawyers of San Luis Obispo. She was the president of the board of the Women’s Community Center of San Luis Obispo for 10 years, until her retirement in 2008, and leads the local chapter of the National Organization for Women. In 2002, she received the John L. Seitz Award from the San Luis Obispo County Bar Association for community service benefiting the residents of our county.