Senior ADA Annie Esposito has more than 20 years’ experience in the DA’s Office

OAKLAND, CA — Alameda County District Attorney Pamela Y. Price announces the promotion of Annie Esposito to Senior Assistant District Attorney as part of her Executive Leadership Team.

Senior ADA Esposito brings more than 20 years of experience within the District Attorney’s Office as she embarks onto this new leadership role. On Sunday, she joined DA Price at the inaugural Oakland Chinatown Improvement Council’s Lunar New Year Parade and celebration.

“Senior ADA Esposito is an exceptional leader and attorney who brings decades of knowledge of the office to the team,” said DA Price. “Adding her to my leadership team was a no-brainer, and I know that she will continue to affect positive change for all of Alameda County.”

Senior ADA Esposito previously served as the Chief Assistant DA and was the Assistant DA in charge of the district attorney’s office at the East County Hall of Justice. She has also supervised felony trial and preliminary hearing teams in East County. Before her various leadership roles, she served within the general felony trial team including homicide trial team, and the DNA/Cold Case Unit. Through these various assignments, Senior ADA Esposito has tried many serious and violent felonies including murder, sexual assault, and robbery cases.

“I am honored and humbled to be selected in this new leadership team,” said Senior ADA Esposito. “I look forward to my new responsibilities and continuing to serve this wonderful organization and our community.”

Outside the office, Senior ADA Esposito is the co-founder and former chair of the Asian American Prosecutors Association and is a member of various bar associations.

Senior ADA Esposito joins DA Price’s Executive Leadership Team, which includes Chief Assistant District Attorneys Otis Bruce Jr. and Royl L. Roberts, Senior Assistant District Attorneys Kwixuan H. Maloof, Simona Farrise-Best and Cynthia Chandler, retired Oakland Police Captain and Chief Inspector Eric Lewis and Director of Communications, Ryan LaLonde.

When creating a team, DA Price assembled experts in their individual fields who will tackle the issues which are key in making needed changes in the office – from accountability, community engagement, program development and support, and communications to winning critical cases.


Contact: Public Information Officer Angela Ruggiero // (510) 919-0081