Meet The Board

John-Ramos

President (2017 – Present)

 

John Ramos

My name is John A. Ramos I am one of the original founders of the Democratic Hispanic Caucus of Florida (DHCF), which was founded in 1995 as part of the Florida Democratic Party (FDP)…

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NoemiMoralesVice President (2017 – Present)

Noemi Morales

Noemi Morales joined the Democratic Hispanic Caucus of Florida in 2013 and quickly became the President of Palm Beach County Hispanic Caucus…..

 

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Elena McCullough- 2nd VP

Second Vice President (2014 – Present)

Elena McCullough

Elena McCullough was born and raised in the Dominican Republic and came to the United States at age 16.  After finishing high school, on the week of her 18th birthday she joined the US Coast Guard.  She served for 24 years starting as an E-1 and ultimately retiring as a Lieutenant. Elena graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Psychology Degree from Excelsior College.

 

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WendyF

Treasurer

& Web Administrator (2014 – Present)

 

Wendy Farfan

 

Wendy Farfan was born in Chicago Illinois, and was raised in both Mexico City and in Chicago Illinois. She has a Master’s in Business Administration (MBA) from Jacksonville University of Jacksonville Florida and she also holds a degree as a Computer Network Administrator. Wendy has been a Northeast Florida resident since 2007 (Jacksonville Metropolitan area).

 

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JoseGarciaSecretary (2017 – Present)

 

Jose Garcia

Jose Garcia joined the Democratic Hispanic Caucus of Florida in 2014 and quickly became the President of Polk County Hispanic Caucus…..

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Past President (2013-2017)

Vivian Rodriguez

Vivian Rodriguez wasthe President of the Democratic Hispanic Caucus of Florida, The Human Rights Campaign Community Engagement Steering Committee in Central Florida, and a participant of Latinas Represent, a joint initiative of Political Parity and the National Hispanic Leadership Agenda to call out the lack of elected Latina leaders…

 

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