January 13, 2021
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
West Central Community Development Group Announces 2021's Board of Directors
West Central Community Development Group Contact: Luis Hernandez Jr. 505-688-4122, email@example.com
Albuquerque, NM, 1/13/21 –The West Central Community Development Group (WCCDG), a non-profit organization whose mission is to revitalize the West Central Corridor (Historic Route 66) has announced this year's board of directors, including 12 incumbents and 3 new members.
Carlos Garcia: Board Member – Garcia Automotive
Al Unser: Board Member – Unser Racing Museum
Susan Unser: Board Member – Unser Racing Museum
Present Incumbent Members:
Johnny Peña: Board President – Alamosa Neighborhood Association
Geraldine Ulibarri: Board Vice-President - Avalon Neighborhood Association
Twyla McComb: Board Secretary - Crestview Bluff Neighborhood Association
Lorenzo Otero: Board Treasurer - West Mesa Neighborhood Association
Steve Maestas: Board Member - Maestas Development Group
Harry Relkin: Board Member - Sage Consulting Business Organization
Chris Schroeder: Board Member - Real Time Solutions, Inc.
Becky Davis: Board Member - Westgate Heights & Avalon Neighborhood Association
Eloy Padilla: Board Member - Stinson Tower Neighborhood Association
Michelle Luna: Board Member - Bernalillo County Government Organization
Joe Chavez: Board Member - Chavez Enterprises Business Organization
Al Otero: Board Member - Crestview Bluff Neighborhood Association
"We are excited for new addition to the board of directors, and look forward to utilizing their collective expertise as we continue to serve the community, and begin the construction phase of The Route 66 Visitors Center". – Luis Hernandez Jr. WCCDG Executive Director
The West Central Community Development Group is dedicated to job growth and improved economic vitality of the neighborhoods and individual families along the West Central corridor. We believe in building the power and leadership of communities in the area by fostering connections and supporting civic participation by all residents, in particular those who have traditionally been marginalized such as people of modest income, people of color, immigrants, tenants, youth and the disabled. We believe community residents should have a decisive voice in shaping the future of their communities and their own lives and the ability to create local organizations through which they can work together to achieve common goals.