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Edward Esparza is a graduate of the Seattle University Master of Nonprofit Leadership degree program. He has served as Program Director for Central Area Motivation Program (CAMP), and as an Employment Consultant with the Workforce Development Council, Department of Employment and Training in Yakima. A native of Central Washington, he has spent the last decade working with the Hispanic community to promote its interests. He particularly enjoys working with grassroots organizations concerned with the development of public policy. He also has experience in helping organizations address issues of diversity. Edward's degrees are from Yakima Valley Community College and Washington State University. He served as a board member with the Yakima Public School District and was a founder of the Yakima Hispanic Academic Achievers Program. In 1994, that program was recognized with the prestigious Golden Apple Award because of its innovativeness. He has also served on the boards of Planned Parenthood of Central Washington and the Yakima Schools Foundation. He is now a member the Human Resource Association of Yakima Valley and is current president of the American Federation of State County Municipal Employees Union, Local 87.
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