Andrea St. Julian, esq.
Maresa Martin Talbert, esq.
Andrea St. Julian has practiced law for more than 25 years, representing clients in the Federal Ninth Circuit Court of Appeal, the U.S. Supreme Court, the California Court of Appeal, and the California Supreme Court. She is also the founder and owner of EnoDoc, Inc., a legal technology company offering digital tools for attorneys. Andrea is certified by the California Board of Legal Specialization as an appellate specialist and is the author of a range of articles found in various legal publications.
Andrea serves on the Board of ACLU San Diego and Imperial Counties and is President and Co-Founder of Community Advocates for Just and Moral Governance, San Diego’s community-based legal impact organization.
Andrea is the original author of the proposed amendment to the San Diego City Charter that later became Measure B (2020), serving a central role in the creation of the independent, community-led Commission on Police Practices in the City of San Diego.
Andrea is deeply committed to long-term transformative change and is passionate about creating systemic change that attacks the root causes of societal problems.
Maresa Talbert is the founding attorney and owner of Talbert Law Office, a business and intellectual property law practice that provides representation and general counsel services to help businesses, nonprofits, and individuals.
Maresa has spent the last eleven years serving in the U.S. Military, where she has achieved the rank of Lieutenant Commander and currently serves in the Navy Reserves as the Executive Officer at her command.
Maresa also sits on the Board of Directors for the National Naval Officers Association and the California Western School of Law Alumni Association, is the Immediate Past President and Membership Chair of the Earl B. Gilliam Bar Association, and an Executive Board Member of the San Diego County Bar Intellectual Property Section.
Maresa holds a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and Economics from Baylor University and a JD from California Western School of Law.
She is deeply involved within the San Diego community and advocates for her community on issues like economic development, veterans’ affairs, and social justice.