LULAC Extends to Sarasota, Announces Officers



The largest Latino political and civil rights organization in the United States is extending its advocacy to Florida’s Suncoast with the opening of its latest council in Sarasota County. The announcement was made by Mari Corugedo, Florida State Director of the League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC). Corugedo also announced the newly elected Sarasota LULAC Council officers, including Irene Enriquez-Simpson as president, Jennifer Perez as vice president and Karitza Nova as treasurer. Enriquez-Simpson is a financial advisor for Merrill Lynch Wealth Management. Fully bilingual, she brings more than 20 years of business and management experience to her position. Perez is an audit manager at Zenith Insurance Company where she has worked for the past 14 years. Also fully bilingual, she has held various leadership positions at Toastmasters Z-Speakeasy Club, and began working with the YMCA Y-Achievers middle and high school students on their public speaking, essay writing and presentation skills. Nova is a licensed loan officer and processor at Paramount Residential Mortgage Group.

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