Dayna Rodriguez retired from Federal Government Services after 38 years. After retiring, she started her own business, focusing on providing financial services to a non-profit church and pre-schools. She is the Treasurer for the Antelope Valley Community Concerts Association, whose mission is to provide a variety of concerts for the community and a Master Class for music students. She volunteers as a Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) who provides one-on-one advocacy for children in the LA County Dependency (Foster Care) System, focusing on children from the Antelope Valley. She has served on the Board of Directors of CASA of Los Angeles for the past 6 years, with her focus on the needs of the children of the Antelope Valley. She has been a resident of the Antelope Valley for the past 30 years.