Karla Prieto

Karla Prieto is a Realtor with Vogelpohl Real Estate, a boutique real estate company in Solano County.  Karla is committed in providing outstanding service and value to sellers and buyers.  Karla is known for developing quality working relationships with clientele; relationships based on respect, integrity and trust.

While working as a realtor, Karla also worked as the Diversity Procurement Advocate for nDataStor, a technology company based in Suisun City, CA.  nDataStor is a minority certified and family operated company. Karla assisted with the development and direction of diversity procurement.

Karla is an active member of her community, she believes that a strong community is built through collaboration and volunteer participation.  She has dedicated countless hours of volunteer work on numerous organizations.

Karla served as President and Vice President of the Solano Hispanic Chamber of Commerce.  While in these leadership positions she participated in many community events.  She partnered with the business community to raise awareness of the importance of higher education for our youth and was successful in raising funds for scholarships.

Karla has volunteered her time to the local youth soccer club and served over 10 years as secretary, tournament director, assistant coach and head coach. She spent her time counseling and mentoring young ladies by empowering them to achieve higher academics and self-esteem. Karla believes in conjunction with sports, our youth should be given positive role models and guidance. While in these positions she collaborated with other organizations to raise funds and worked with families to ensure equity among the youth participants.

Karla’s interest in serving on the CCDA stems from her own personal diagnosis of Lupus over 27 years ago.  She is passionate about serving and advocating on behalf of the nearly six million people that have a disability and look forward in ensuring everyone has full and equal access to all services and public facilities.  Karla is committed in using her passion for disability rights, advocacy skills, work ethic and her connections with the business community to educate and collaborate to achieve the ultimate goal, equal access for all.

Karla is a mother of three daughters, a son, a grandmother and a proud owner of a tea cup yorkie named Tino. She enjoys traveling, music and spending time with her family.