Pedro Jose Viloria, originally from Venezuela has joined the Latino Community Fund (LCF Georgia) as 2018 Program Fellow.
Pedro received a BA from Emory University with a double major in Political Science and French Studies. Pedro has experience with research and data analysis focused on data collection and interpretation as a Research Assistant for Dr. Chris Brown at Georgia State University under the Robinson Country Intelligence Index Project.
Healthcare management experience through the Emory Medical Care Foundation and a Wellness Center practice, provide him with a well-rounded experience in administration, management, customer service and research.
Fully tri-lingual (Spanish, English, French) with intermediate German proficiency, Pedro is passionate about language access, representation and nonprofit effective work, having founded and ran a NGO dedicated to providing meals to unprivileged children in Maracaibo, Venezuela.
We are excited and incredibly proud to welcome Pedro to the team. He will be supporting our Georgia Latino Entrepreneurship Study and the development of a database of Latinx-serving organizations in the state.
The Program Fellowship position was created by the Latino Community Fund with the purpose of educating future community leaders on the critical role nonprofit organizations play in our communities, learn nonprofit program development and operations and equip those individuals with the skills necessary to serve as effective leaders with knowledge on community issues and tools to advocate for community progress.