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Chicago Alderman Ariel Reboyras
to Welcome USHLI National Conference

USHLI is pleased to announce that 30th Ward Alderman Ariel Reboyras will deliver the Welcome Address at our 38th National Conference.  He will address over 1,700 participants attending our Educational Achievement Luncheon at 12:15pm, Friday, February 21 at the Sheraton Grand Chicago.


A University of Illinois – Chicago graduate, the Alderman started his career as a teacher at Roberto Clemente High School. He left teaching to take a job with the City of Chicago, first with the Fleet Management Department and then the Water Management Department, and up to Deputy Commissioner of General Services. He currently serves on several City Council committees: Aviation, Budget, Rules, Public Safety, Zoning, and Transportation. 

Alderman Reboyras volunteers his services to various parks and non-profit organizations, including little league baseball and youth football programs. He is a co-founder of the Northwest Youth Basketball Association and “Maraton San-Juan,” an 8K Road Race in collaboration with the Chicago Puerto Rican Parade. For 14 years he has participated in the Test Positive Aware Network’s Ride for Aids/Chicago, a two day/200 mile bicycling event, and on the first Sunday in December he rides in the annual Toys for Tots motorcycle parade. He also supports Chicago’s Special Olympics.

  

About the #USHLIConference

The #USHLIConference has become the premier Hispanic leadership conference in the nation, attracting a complete cross-section of our leadership community and involving all ancestry groups. Over 6,500 present and future leaders representing 40 states will attend various events throughout the four days.Our 2019 Conference demographic survey included over 1,300 respondents who overwhelmingly rated the USHLI conference as the premier Hispanic leadership conference in the nation; 89% were between the ages of 18-34; 65% identified as female; and 82% were classified as students ranging from High School to Graduate School. The survey also found that 7% of our attendees are pursuing an advanced degree. Most conference participants are or will become the most influential Hispanic leaders of their generation and will help govern our cities, schools, states and, indeed, a nation that will become 25% Hispanic during their lifetime.

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