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PRESIDENT EMERITUS
Hon. Edward R. Roybal

 
FOUNDER
Hon. Edward R. Roybal

PRESIDENT
Hon. Alex Padilla
California State Senator

 

CHAIR
Hon. Pauline Medrano

Member
Census Bureau National Advisory Committee on Racial, Ethnic, and Other Populatinos (NAC)

VICE PRESIDENT
Hon. Luz Urbáez Weinberg

Commissioner
City of Aventura, FL

 
SECRETARY
Hon. Stephanie Garcia
Member
Colorado State Human Services Board
TREASURER
Hon. Fernando Shipley

Member
Gila Regional Partnership Council
Gila, AZ
 
Ms. Lorraine Cortés-Vázquez
AARP
SECRETARY
Hon. Robert Peña

Board Member
Edinberg Consolidated Independent School District, TX


 

Mr. Jose (Pepe) Estrada

Strategic Relationship Management, LLC

Hon. Elizabeth “Liz” Archuleta
Supervisor
Coconino County, AZ
 
Mr. Mike Fernandez
Cargill

Hon. Eduardo Bhatia
Puerto Rico Senator

President, National Hispanic Caucus of State Legislators

 

 
Hon. Pete Gallego
Member of Congress, TX
Hon. Rey Colón
Alderman
City of Chicago, IL
 
René Garcia
Florida State Senator
Hon. Xilonin Cruz-Gonzalez
Board President
Azusa Unified School District, CA
 
Mr. Rick R. Olivarez
Partner, Olivarez Madruga
Hon. Mario Diaz-Balart
Member of Congress, FL
Chair, Congressional Hispanic Conference
 
Hon. Alex Padilla, NALEO PRESIDENT
California State Senator

Hon. Carmichael Dominguez
Councilor
City of Santa Fe, NM

 
Hon. Justin Rodriguez
Texas State Representative
Hon. John J. Duran
Councilmember
City of West Hollywood, CA
 
Ms. Susan Santana, Esq
AT&T
Hon. Julissa Ferreras
Councilmember
City of New York, NY
 

Ms. Monica Talan
Univision Communications Inc.

Hon. Ron Garcia
Councilmember
City of Brea, CA
 

Hon. Gaddi Vasquez
Southern California Edison

Hon. Sylvia R. Garcia
Texas State Senator
 

Hon. Juan C. Zapata
Commissioner,
Miami-Dade County, FL


Hon. Ruben Hinojosa
Member of Congress, TX
Chair, Congressional Hispanic Caucus
     
Hon. Guillermo Z. Lopez
Board President
Lansing Public School District, MI Chair, National Hispanic Caucus of School Board Members
     
Hon. Paul D. Lopez
Councilmember
City of Denver, CO
     
Hon. Michele Martinez
Councilmember
City of Santa Ana, CA
     

Hon. Pauline Medrano
Chair, NALEO Educational Fund

Member
Census Bureau National Advisory Committee on Racial, Ethnic, and Other Populatinos (NAC)

     
Hon. Catherine Miranda
Arizona State Representative

     

Hon. Joel Navarro
Councilmember
City of Tempe, AZ

First Vice President,
Hispanic Elected Local Officials
National League of Cities

     
Hon. Carmen Piñeyro
Deputy Mayor
Village of Freeport, NY

     

Hon. Raquel Regalado
School Board Member
Miami-Dade
County Public Schools, FL

     
Hon. Robert Rivera
Councilmember
City of Arlington, TX
     
Hon. Justin Rodriguez
Texas State Representative
     
Hon. Ross Romero
Former Utah State Senator
     
Hon. John Sapien
New Mexico State Senator
     
Hon. Ana Sol Gutiérrez
Maryland State Delegate
     

Hon. Lillian Tafoya
Board President
Bakersfield City School District, CA

     

Hon. T. Oscar Trevino
Mayor
City of North Richland Hills, TX

President
Hispanic Elected Local Officials National League of Cities

     
         
         
 





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