Enrique Fernandez is an associate attorney with Wagner Kirkman Blaine Klomparens & Youmans, LLP. Enrique has experience in entity formation and handling real estate transactions over $1 million and has also assisted clients in navigating through CEQA and the entitlement review process at the municipal level. His practice focuses on transactional work, primarily in tax and real estate.
UC Berkeley - BA Legal Studies 2013
UC Davis School of Law (King Hall) - JD 2016 (Environmental Law Certificate & Public Service Law Certificate)
California State Bar, Admitted to Practice November 2018
HONORS AND AFFILIATIONS
Member, California Lawyers Association (2018 -Present)
Board Member, California Army National Guard's Community Relations Council (2018 - Present)
City Council Member, City of Woodland, CA (2016- Present)
Member, 2035 General Plan Update Steering Committee, City of Woodland, CA (2013-2016)
Former Commissioner & Vice Chair, Parks & Recreation Commission, City of Woodland, CA (2012 - 2016)
Member, Local Government Commission - (2016 - Present)
Board Member, Yolo County
Transportation District (2019 - Present)
Member, Yolo County Association of Realtors (2018 - Present)
Commissioner, Yolo County Housing Authority - (2018 - Present)
Member, State Bar of California
COMMUNITY SERVICE / INVOLVEMENT
Enrique also has extensive political and local government experience by serving as Mayor of the City of Woodland and is a current City Council Member representing Woodland's 4th City Council District. He also served on the Woodland Parks & Recreation and Woodland's 2035 General Plan Update Steering Committee.
Additionally, Enrique has served as the Vice Chairperson of Woodland's Parks and Recreation Commission where he successfully advocated for improving access to City programs for low-income youth, for expanded communication between the City and the community, and for the passage of Measure J. Additionally, Enrique has served on Woodland's General Plan Update Steering Committee where he has advocated for smart and sustainable growth and infrastructure improvements that strengthen the local economy.
He has also served as Co-Chair of the city-wide Commit2Fit initiative, as a member of the Woodland Bike Campaign, as a volunteer at the Yolo Food Bank's Kids Farmers Market, as a member of the League of Women Voters, and as a board member on the Woodland Recreation Foundation. Also, for the past eight years, Enrique has awarded a scholarship to a graduate of Pioneer High School who demonstrates a commitment to moral courage and community service.