Roberto Franco to Lead OCF's Latino Partnership Program. Press Release. We are pleased to announce that Roberto Franco recently joined The Oregon Community Foundation as the director of the Latino Partnership Program. Roberto was involved in the Latino Partnership Program in the Northern Willamette Valley, and he also served on OCF’s Northern Willamette Valley Leadership Council and on the LPP advisory group for several years.
LatinosinHigherEd.com is the first Latino. Director, Office for Community Faculty (Reno. The Director and the OCF serve as the primary contacts for community faculty members for all issues pertinent to the partnership.
Example, by establishing a Latino engagement initiative. Today, OCF is the largest foundation in the state, with $1.5. Current & Future Donors. Latino Partnership Program Director Grants & Programs 503.227.6846 vCard. Program Officer, Portland Metro Grants & Programs 503.227.6846 vCard.
Engagement, bridge-building with diverse Latino com-munities and new leadership. OCF is striving to infuse EDI. SKCE and the Latino Partnership Project of Oregon Community Foundation. SKCE has been part of the Latino Partnership Project of Oregon Community Foundation since. To learn more about the Latino Partnership Project.
Challenge - 1. 1: 0. Breakout Seminars. Are you attracted to the idea of making a real difference in your community through promoting awareness and social change? Such work doesn’t have to be in your spare time; it is possible to engage in meaningful work for the greater good while building a professional career! Join three local leaders to examine how individuals instigate social change in the workplace and community. These three women will speak about their own experiences in building communities, communications and social action/interventions.
Carolina Castaneda del Rio is originally from Guanajuato, Mexico. She has a BS in Psychology with a Specialization in Family Therapy and a Masters in Behavioral Sciences all of which she graduated with honors. She has worked in the healthcare field for around 1. Mexico and now in Medford. She came to the area to finish her Masters degree as a beneficiary of a Young researcher's fellowship, and the . She is now collaborating with La Clinica as the Wellness Program Coordinator, an innovative project that addresses healthcare in a more preventive and holistic way. Carolina likes active involvement in the community and she ran for office for a Federal Parliament position in Mexico.
She has also been engaged in different organizations in the Valley since her arrival 3 years ago, such as the UN Club at SOU, the Peace House, OCF Latino Partnership Program, Hispanic Inter- agency Committee, among others. Freda Casillas is a bi- cultural, bi- lingual, second generation Latina who has over two decades of event planning, marketing and equity and inclusion experience. Originally from Arizona, she has been a resident of Oregon for fifteen years. Freda has been with OSF for nine years and serves as its Associate Director of Audience Development. She is responsible for developing and managing the external plan and strategy known as “Cultural Connections” that broadens the range of people who attend Oregon Shakespeare Festival performances with an emphasis on equity and inclusion.
She spearheads strategies for new audiences and for groups. She has been instrumental in leading and creating the internal equity, diversity and inclusion initiatives at OSF.
She is highly involved in the local community and statewide with her board service in the Southern Oregon Latino Scholarship Fund, Una Voz, Hispanic Interagency Committee, Latino Network Unidos and as Oregon Community Foundation’s Statewide Latino Partnership Project Advisory Council. And her group sales partnerships include the Travel Professionals of Color, Student Youth Travel Association, and NTA.
In 2. 01. 4, Hispanic Metropolitan Chamber of Portland recognized Freda with a BRAVO Award for Artist. Freda’s talents are best exhibited by her tireless commitment to connect and innovate. She demonstrates her commitment to inclusion by boldly making new partnerships and implementing new strategies where none existed. She believes the arts can change the world by empowering our minds through our hearts passions.