Learn about Alfreo Pedroza

About Alfredo

Alfredo Pedroza is a lifelong Napa resident who has served as Napa County’s District 4 Supervisor since 2014.  Alfredo was appointed to the Board of Supervisors by former Governor Jerry Brown on December 29, 2014 before being elected to a full, 4-year term and serving as the Board of Supervisors Chairman in 2016 and being subsequently re-elected in 2020. Prior to joining the Board of Supervisors, Alfredo was elected to the Napa City Council in 2012, becoming Napa’s youngest and first Latino Council member ever elected.

Professionally, Alfredo has worked in the financial services industry for nearly 15 years, having careers with credit unions and community banks. Alfredo’s many years of experience in the financial services industry have helped countless local families and businesses improve their finances and thoughtfully manage and sustain growth. His broad-based community leadership roles encompassing commerce, educational and social service organizations have helped facilitate job growth and economic development, provide aid for local schools, and lend support to individuals and families most in need.

Pedroza FamilyAlfredo is active with service clubs and nonprofit organizations. His passion for public and community service stems from his commitment to working to create a Napa County where his children and future generations of Napa citizens will live, seek jobs, start businesses, and raise their families.

Alfredo is a graduate of Sonoma State University, where he holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration and a minor in Economics. He and his wife, Brenda, another Napa native, attended local schools, volunteer locally, and are the proud parents of two young children: Alfredo III, who was born in 2015, and the newest member of the family, Alessandra, who was born in September 2019.


Alfredo Pedroza is the son of Mexican immigrants, Alfredo Pedroza Sr. and Martha Pedroza.

The Pedroza family made Napa Valley their home in the early 1970’s with the goal of chasing the American Dream. Alfredo Sr. was a farmworker for over 33 years and along with Martha, instilled the values of hard work, integrity, and the value of a dollar in Alfredo.

Alfredo was the first in his family to attend college, a proud moment for his parents who only attained an elementary school education in Mexico.

Alfredo credits his parents for providing him a foundation that has afforded him and his wife the opportunity to start their family and be active participants in their community.