TWP 093: Representation in the Political Process with Rhonda Solis
You're listening to episode #93 with Rhonda Solis.
In this episode we talk about Rhonda's passion for advocacy and equality and inclusion at all levels of our political process.
Rhonda is a Greeley West Alumni and also a life-long resident of the Greeley/Evans area. Her current employment is as an office manager for dental office in Windsor along with co-creator/co-host of Latino Northern Colorado. She recently completed the Latino Leadership Institute program at Denver University.
She has served on the Success foundation board, Hispanic Women of Weld County, 19th Judicial District Nominating Commission, CASA (court appointed special advocate), Election judge supervisor, Weld County Tobacco Coalition, Realizing Our Community, City of Greeley Judicial Review board, Latino Advisory Committee to the Greeley Police, Atmos Energy Customer Advisory board and El Voto Latino. Awards won – Weld County Public Health Champion, Tobacco Coalition of Weld County Leadership award, Hispanic Women of Weld County Leadership award and Outstanding Women of Weld County - Community Advocate.
She loves spending time with her husband Mike, son Michael, daughter Jodan and sisters Christine and Shauna along with volunteering in her community. She is serving her eighth year as an elected school board member for Greeley/Evans school District Six. She believes that education and the right to vote are the great equalizers in this nation and continues to be a champion for public education and for people being part of our political process.
Find a newspaper article featuring Rhonda and her activist work HERE
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