Join us in welcoming Guillermina Gonzalez to AARP’s Delaware State Executive Council! As one of AARP’s top volunteers, Guillermina brings a wealth of skills and experience to her new role, including strategic management, diversity and marketing in both the corporate and non-profit sectors.
“We’re thrilled about her wealth of experience and her range of knowledge,” said Lucretia Young, AARP State Director. “She’s a perfect fit for the wide range of activities we do for our members.”
Currently the Executive Director of the Delaware Arts Alliance, she has served in top leadership roles for Voices without Borders, ExxonMobil, Tetra Pak and Olivetti. She is actively involved in the community and has served on the boards of the Delaware State Arts Council, Delaware College of Art and Design, the Metropolitan Wilmington Urban League, The Latin American Community Center, Girls, Inc., and many others. She helped with Gov. Jack Markell’s “Economy Jobs and Education” transition team and has been a writer and talk show host for media outlets including the News Journal, WDEL and WILM. In 2006, the Latin American Community Center distinguished her with the Award for Community Service.
“I’m excited to embark on this new chapter,” said Gonzalez. “Every new connection we make is an opportunity to learn something new. You never know who you might learn from”
Guillermina was born in Mexico City and after a solid multi-national career, made Delaware her home in 2001. She earned an MBA from Universidad Iberoamericana in Mexico City and was awarded a MA degree from University of Delaware.
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