Washington, D.C. - The Congressional Hispanic Leadership Institute would like to welcome Congressman Carlos Curbelo (FL-26) to the CHLI Board of Directors. The Congressman will actively support CHLI's mission while helping make decisions on how the organization can continue its focus on advancing the Hispanic community's diversity of thought.
"We are very excited about Congressman Curbelo joining the CHLI Board of Directors. Congressman Curbelo is the perfect fit for our organization. His work is focused on education and business to improve lives for all families and our U.S. economic program. We look forward to working with him on future CHLI projects," said Mary Ann Gomez, CHLI Executive Director.
Congressman Carlos Curbelo joined the 114th Congress in January 2015. He serves on:The Transportation and Infrastructure Committee as Vice Chair of the Coast Guard and Maritime Transportation Subcommittee, Aviation, Economic Development, Public Buildings and Emergency Management Subcommittee; the Education and the Workforce Committee in the subcommittee for Early Childhood, Elementary and Secondary Education and the Higher Education and Workforce Training Subcommittee; and the Small Business Committee as Chairman of the Agriculture, Energy and Trade Subcommittee.
Congressman Curbelo joins our other distinguished board members: Congressman Henry Cuellar, Congressman Mario Diaz-Balart, Congressman Bill Flores, Congressman Raul Labrador, Congressman Devin Nunes, Congresswoman Ileana Ros-Lehtinen, Congressman Albio Sires, Congressman David Valadao; Joe Avila, Ford; Rudy Beserra, Coca-Cola; Ray Dempsey, BP America; Ivette Fernandez, The Libre Institute; Belinda Garza, Univision; Emilio Gonzalez, Verizon; Juan Carlos Gutierrez; John Hoel, Altria Client Services; David Olivencia, Softtek; Juan Otero, Comcast; Orlando Padilla, Padilla Networks; Susan I. Santana, AT&T; Nicolas Perez Stable, General Electric; Nathalie Rayes, Azteca America; Lauren Robitaille, Walmart; Patrice Webb, American Beverage Association; Alejandro Sarria, Covington & Burling LLP; and Christopher Turner, Dell.
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