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Professional Experience Arizona Latino Commission - President & Founder 3/1983 - Present  Responsible for developing partnerships with State and Federal Government to assist the Faith - Based Community in programs they already provide , such as USDA, Dept of Labor, HUD, Arizona Dept of Economic Security.  Have partnered with over 400 faith-based groups, community-based organizations, local schools and businesses, Help 4 Kidz/Help Teenz - Capital Campaign Development Coordinator 3/1993 - Present  Duties include implementation of federally funded programs for Help 4 Kidz. This includes staffing work groups and volunteer recruitment.  Partnered with Department of Labor to provide job training for at-risk-youth for 3 years.  Develop capital fundraising plan with emphasis on corporate/foundation fundraising N.H.C.L.C - Vice President of Networking 1/2007 - Present  National Immigration Spokesperson.  National keynote speaker on the effects of current public policy in regards to the Latino population. Alma Vision Phoenix - President/Owner 1/2004 - 1/2009  Conducted live interviews in studio and on-location. Guests included local and national figures and their contributions to their community.  Duties included program directing, such as programs on health, education, and immigration issues.  Capital campaign development fundraiser. Campaign Experience  2000 RNC Presidential Election Campaign for President George W. Bush 1999 - 2000  Senate Campaign Arizona for Senator Mark Anderson District 18 2000 - 2001  Gubernatorial Campaign Arizona Governor for Matt Salmon 2001 - 2002  2004 RNC Presidential Election Campaign for President George W. Bush 2003 - 2004  2008 RNC Presidential Election Campaign for Senator John McCain 2007 - 2008  Campaign State Representative District 12 for Eve Nunez 2007 - 2008  Campaign State Senate District 12 for Eve Nunez 2009 - 2010  2012 RNC Presidential Election Campaign for Newt Gingrich 2011 - 2012
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REV EVE NUNEZ
REV EVE NUNEZ

Reverend Eve Nunez Bio

Rev. Eve Nunez has dedicated her life to public service and has embodied the values of Cesar Chavez since she was a young adult. At the age of 17, Rev. Nunez volunteered and protested alongside Cesar Chavez. Even in her adolescence, she understood the importance of human rights, and public service. Since her early years of volunteering with Chavez, she has led a life devoted to public service, the fight for human rights, and faith. Rev. Eve Nunez is the Founder and President of Help 4 Kidz, which is an organization she founded after the passing of her beloved son Frankie. This non-profit organization has received local and national awards for her work with at risk children and young adults.  Rev. Eve Nunez is President of the  National Latina/Latino Commission a non-profit  agency dedicated to mentoring Youth also to provide a platform for Women  desiring to pursue their dreams. 

 

Rev. Eve Nunez  Awards 

 

 

Dr. Martin Luther King Major Drum Award -President Barack Obama 2013 

 

Champion Of Change - Cesar Chavez Award  - President Barack Obama 2012

 

The National Service Volunteer Award - President Barack Obama 2011 

 

Esperanza USA Meres A Certain Women Award - Rev. Luis Cortez 2011 

 

The Esther Award Prophetic Witness in the Face Of Adversity - NHCLC 2011 

 

Capacity & Community Building Award - Arizona Latino Commission 2010 

 

Arizona Governor’s Council on Faith-Based - Governor Janet Napolitano 2006  

 

Teacher Of the Year Award Leg. District 5 - City Of Phoenix  2006 

 

Friend Of City Of Phoenix Crime Prevention- Mayor Phil Gordon 2006 

 

Arizona Street Saint Award - Governor Janet Napolitano 2005 

 

Business Women of the Year Award - National Republican Committee 2004 

 

Hon Kachina Volunteer Service  Award - For Serving ARIZONA-CHILDREN 2003 

 

PRESIDENTIAL PROCLAMATION FOR HELP4KIDZ- PRESIDENT GEORGE W. BUSH 

 

CHAMPION OF CHILDREN AWARD -THE ARIZONA REPUBLIC NEWSPAPER 2002 

 

SILVER HEART MEDAL COMPASSION AWARD -ARMIES OF COMPASSION 2002 

 

AMBASSADOR OF PEACE AWARD - WASHINGTON DC TIMES MAGAZINE 2002 

 

NATIONAL SERVICE AWARD - ARIZONA COALITION TO END HOMELESSNESS 2001

 

NATIONAL VOLUNTEER SERVICE AWARD - PRESIDENT GEORGE W.  BUSH  2001 

 

MENTOR 20 YEARS OF VOLUNTEER  SERVICE FROM 1977-1997 -  REV. ROY DE LA GARZA 

 

 

 

 

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    Glendale, Arizona 85305
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