Since joining FM3 in 2015, Lucia has provided quantitative and qualitative research to numerous ballot measure campaigns, candidate races, non-profits, and private organizations.
In the 2020 election cycle, Lucia worked on California Prop 14, a statewide $5 billion bond measure funding stem cell research; Caltrain Measure RR, a three-county sales tax measure financing public transportation; a $735 million school bond in Oakland Unified School District; two major bond measures in San Francisco and dozens of local finance measures that will provide much-needed funding to municipalities during the economic recovery.
Additionally, Lucia has provided research on public attitudes toward investing in early childhood education and youth programs, encouraging participation in the U.S. Census, support for restorative justice policies and perceptions of school safety, food policy issues such as sugar-sweetened beverages and food insecurity, support for anti-tobacco policies, and messaging on key policy issues, including the coronavirus pandemic, paid family leave, and homelessness.
Lucia’s prior experience includes providing policy research for the San Francisco Human Services Agency and the San Francisco Planning Department, as well as working as a systems and management consultant for federal agencies at Accenture.
Lucia received a Master’s of Public Policy from the Goldman School of Public Policy at UC Berkeley and a Bachelor of Science in Decision Science from Carnegie Mellon University.