Berkeley College Students Attend Latino Leadership Alliance of New Jersey Swearing In at State House

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MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 2015
Contact: Ilene Greenfield
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BERKELEY COLLEGE STUDENTS ATTEND LATINO LEADERSHIP ALLIANCE OF NEW JERSEY SWEARING IN AT STATEHOUSE

 


Berkeley College students attend LLANJ swearing in

Photo Caption: Berkeley College students and leaders were recognized at the swearing-in ceremony of the Latino Leadership Alliance of New Jersey’s (LLANJ) newly elected Executive Committee at the historic Statehouse in Trenton on September 9, 2015. Key officials include Paul Perez, LLANJ Vice President (far left); Kim Guadagno, Lt. Governor of New Jersey (second from left); Maria Teresa Montillo, PhD, LLANJ President (center, in white); and Angela Harrington, LLANJ Secretary (in pink). The LLANJ is an organization that advocates for the socio-economic and political development of Latino diverse communities. Included in the photo are students from Berkeley College, a sponsor of the event. William Jimenez, Berkeley College student and U.S. Navy veteran (back row, second from left), led the Pledge of Allegiance. Officers not pictured: Luis Vargas, LLANJ Vice President, and Ken Seda, LLANJ Treasurer.

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