Tech Latino Endorses Ceasar
From Jose Marquez CEO of Tech Latino:
The National Association of Latinos in Information Sciences and Technology (Georgia), want to go on record as endorsing Ceasar Mitchell for the office of Mayor of the great city of Atlanta. Ceasar has worked effectively and tirelessly for over 8 years as City Council president and member during which time Atlanta has grown both financially and in population. He brings excellent credentials and experience to the position of Mayor, he has been a visionary leader who has been dedicated for over 16 years to create a better Atlanta and has been committed that all Atlantans are included in the prosperity Atlanta has seen through the years.
Ceasar Mitchell started the Back to Business event to give small and medium sized business the opportunities to learn and grown within the City of Atlanta and the State of Georgia. Cesar has developed opportunity for small minority businesses and will do more as Mayor to bring jobs and opportunities to Atlanta.
His commitment to initiatives, such as child safety, community policing, economic development, education show how no one cares more about and has done more for the city of Atlanta. Through his 21st semi-annual College Prep Series, he has helped prepare and inspire over 8,000 middle and high school students to obtain higher education...this is the future of our city.
Lastly, he has become a trusted partner in the Latino community and continues to reach out to the Latinos community in Atlanta and across the state to assure all are included in our prosperity.
He is honest, reliable, and willing to work the long hours. For this reason, It is with great pleasure and honor that I throw my full political support behind, Ceasar Mitchel, for the next mayor of Atlanta - Ceasar Cares.
About Techlatino: Latinos in Information Sciences and Technology Association
Through its network of nearly 15 affiliated community-based councils, association and partnerships with non-profit organizations, LISTA advocates on behalf of the millions of Latinosin 50 states and the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, South America and Spain. To achieve its mission, LISTA conducts workshops and seminars, national business series, research, policy analysis, and technology awareness programs in order to provide a Latino perspective in many key areas in technology — development of the 21st century workforce, Coding, health information technology, STEAM education, employment/economic status, business development and broadband . In addition, it provides workshops and training to technology professionals and students in health it, big data and other technology opportunities for individuals small businesses and families. Helping Close the digital divide and giving opportunity to all.