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Business Bros – Episode 229 – Nancy Maldonado CEO of The Chicano Federation

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Today we are joined by the CEO of the Chicano Federation of San Diego Nancy Maldonado. Nancy shares with us what amazing things her organization is doing within the Chicano community. She shares how they are helping low income communities to better themselves physically, emotionally and financially. They offer education, business coaching and resources and affordable housing to help people get on their feet and thrive. If you would like to learn more about the resources they have available or how you can help contribute to the Chicano Federation of San Diego please reach our to Nancy @ChicanoFederation or visit the website www.ChicanoFederation.org

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  • Road to San Diego: The Chicano Federation get back to their rootsUnidosUS Blog

    […] Learning from other UnidosUS Affiliates doing remarkable impactful work in different communities across the United States, we see how our Affiliate Network is fighting for Latinos’ prosperity and rights in many similar ways, providing a holistic range of services that empowers the community to get out of the cycle of poverty. “It is all about empowering our community, and it is all about self-sufficiency. We want people to get to the point where they are self-sufficient. Everyone needs a little bit of help sometimes, so we are there to help people with that step up,” explained Maldonado. […]

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