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11 December 2023

Hispanic Access Foundations Welcomes New Grants and Contracts Manager

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Washington, D.C. -  Hispanic Access Foundation is thrilled to announce the addition of Dorian Sánchez-Sackley as the Grants and Contracts Manager. She has vast experience in the public service sector. Before joining Hispanic Access Foundation, Sánchez-Sackley worked in local government in various capacities over the last six years.

The cities she worked in include Avondale and Gilbert in Arizona, and most recently, the city of San Antonio, Texas. Her experience in the local government sector propelled her to continue her work in public service, with a focus on the Hispanic community.

“I am honored to join Hispanic Access and am excited to contribute my experience in grants and contract management to help the organization make a positive impact,“ said Sánchez-Sackley. “I believe that, together, we can secure new opportunities for growth and make a difference in our community.”

She is a graduate of Barrett the Honors College at Arizona State University, holds bachelor’s degrees in Global Studies and Political Science with a French minor, and a master’s degree in public administration from Arizona State University’s Watts College of Public Service and Community Solutions.

“With Dorian as our Grants and Contracts Manager, we are better positioned to our reach, secure additional funding, and make an even greater impact in our community,“ said Maite Arce, president and CEO of the Hispanic Access Foundation. “We look forward to the leadership and expertise she brings to our organization.”

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