By Clyde Hughes | AC JosepH Media
ATLANTIC CITY — The Hispanic Leadership Association of New Jersey announced this month it has named Edbelinda “Mimi” Nambo, the program coordinator for the Office of Multicultural Services for the City of Atlantic City, to its board of directors.
In her role in Atlantic City, she implements, designs, and executes programs and events to promote and educate to meet the needs of Atlantic City’s diversity.
“Mrs. Nambo has strong relationships with the diverse community in Atlantic City and surrounding communities,” the association said in a statement on Facebook. “She is responsible for bridging the gap between the local government and residents.”
Nambo has won a variety of awards and honors for her work in the public and nonprofit sector. In 2019, she won the Community Service Award during the Nuestro Pueblo Awards celebration. She had worked as an employment specialist for Catholic Charities, along with O.C.E.A.N. and with different positions with the City of Atlantic City.
“Proud, honored and humble to be part of the executive board of the Hispanic Leadership Association of NJ,” Nambo said on Facebook. “Looking forward to great things by giving my all and doing my best with faith and reason. Let’s go.”
Based in Camden, the Hispanic Leadership Association of New Jersey as founded by former NJ Assemblyman and current Camden City Council President Angel Fuentes. It brings Latino leaders together from around New Jersey for various programs and events and to raise money for scholarships.
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