Duke University Hispanic/Latino Alumni Association
We welcome your participation as we work together to make the Hispanic / Latino Alumni Association—DUHLAA—YOUR voice for the betterment of the Duke community.
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Chair: Tim Mendoza M.B.A.’92
Past Chair: Roberta González Oyakawa B.S.E.’86
Chair-Elect: Andrea Dinamarco A.B.’08 J.D.’11
Vice Chair for Communications: Kecia Paredes M.B.A.’04
Vice Chair for Development: José A. Isasi, II A.B.’89
Vice Chair for Events: Amanda Paredes A.B.’05
Secretary: Jenny Bonilla Morena A.B.’07 J.D.’11
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Do you feel or desire some connection to the Duke Hispanic/Latino community? We welcome your participation as we work together to make the Hispanic / Latino Alumni Association—DUHLAA—YOUR voice for the betterment of the Duke community.
The DUHLAA Executive Board is always looking for alumni who are interested in helping us promote these important areas of focus for DUHLAA:
- promotion of the DUHLAA Scholarships for incoming Hispanic/Latino students
- development of a Mentor Program for Duke students
- advocacy of Hispanic/Latino causes at Duke, including both faculty and student recruitment, and expanding the Hispanic/Latino course curriculum
Please join our Facebook group to stay abreast of the latest updates and happenings for Hispanic / Latino alumni. If you’re interested in volunteering for DUHLAA, please contact us at email@example.com.
Not getting our emails? If you are not receiving DUHLAA emails, please email firstname.lastname@example.org to request to be added.
Mission Statement: The Duke University Hispanic/Latino Alumni Association (DUHLAA) is dedicated to promoting the best interests of the University by assisting it in tending to the needs of its Hispanic/Latino community and alumni. DUHLAA’s goals include providing communication among and services for Duke’s Hispanic community and alumni, assisting in recruitment of Latino students, faculty and administration, and supporting the university’s efforts to increase sensitivity toward the culture and interests of its Hispanic community and alumni.