EXCLUSIVE: Married senior policy advisor to President Obama pleaded guilty to sex crimes for taking pictures up women’s skirts on the DC Metro and resigned before the government could fire him

Monday, February 12, 2018
By Paul Martin

William Mendoza, 42, was the executive director of the White House Initiative on American Indian and Alaska Native Education
The married father earned $140,000 a year in President Obama’s White House
In November 2016, he was arrested and charged with attempted voyeurism
He was caught trying to take photos up women’s skirts in DC Metro stations
Mendoza was also spotted looking at a video of a woman in a dressing room
He was given a 90-day suspended jail sentence and one year’s probation
The Native American activist resigned, but has since been barred from working as a government employee because of ‘suitability’

12 February 2018

A married senior official in President Obama’s Department of Education was convicted of sex crimes and resigned for following women on the DC Metro and taking pictures up their skirts, DailyMail.com can exclusively reveal.

William Mendoza, 42, the former executive director of the White House Initiative on American Indian and Alaska Native Education, stepped down after he was arrested and charged with attempted voyeurism in November, 2016, for the vile acts.

Mendoza, who earned $140,000 a year as a policy advisor in Obama’s White House, tried to take photos and videos up women’s skirts at least four times on his government-issued iPhones in July 2016 without their consent.

He was also caught looking at footage, apparently filmed in secret, of a woman in her underwear getting changed in a dressing room. It is not known if he recorded the video himself.

He was caught on surveillance camera trying to take the indecent picture during an investigation by the Metro Police Transit Department (WMATA), arrested and charged with one count of attempted voyeurism, a misdemeanor.

Mendoza resigned just before the Department of Education could launch their own investigation into his sexual misconduct.

He pleaded guilty to the charges in January 2017, was given suspended 90-day prison sentence, one year’s probation and was fined $100. He has not worked in public office since stepping down.

Paul Y. Kiyonaga, Mendoza’s lawyer, told DailyMail.com that Mendoza received treatment after his conviction and is now trying to move on with his life away from public office.

He said: ‘Mr. Mendoza has taken responsibility for this charge of attempted voyeurism.

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