"Los Gatos is a remarkable community. I hope the people of Los Gatos will give me the privilege
and honor of serving them and doing all that I can to help ensure Los Gatos
remains a truly special town," Sayoc said.
Sayoc has served as chairwoman and vice-chairwoman of the seven-member Planning Commission and has been a member of the Los Gatos General Plan Committee, North 40 Advisory Committee, Historic Preservation Committee, Conceptual Development Advisory Committee and the Los Gatos Sustainability Committee.
Sayoc is married and has two children. Her daughter is currently a sixth-grader at Raymond J. Fisher Middle School and her son is a third-grader at Blossom Hill Elementary School.
As the mother of school-age children, she has served on the
Blossom Hill Elementary School site council and has been a youth volleyball coach
among her many volunteer endeavors.
Sayoc holds a master’s degree from Duke University and a bachelor’s degree from the University of California, Berkeley.
Council members in Los Gatos are elected to serve four-year terms. Sayoc is running for a seat being vacated by incumbent Councilwoman Diane McNutt, who has announced she is not seeking another term.