Hispanic Federation hires head of Danbury non-profit

The Hispanic Federation has hired Ingrid Alvarez-DiMarzo for its newly created state director position in Connecticut. Based out of Hartford, she will lead HF’s recently launched expansion into Connecticut including supporting member non-profit agencies and coordinating advocacy efforts on behalf of the state’s 500,000 Latinos.
With over 20 years experience in non-profit management and capacity building, Alvarez-DiMarzo most recently served as the executive director of the Hispanic Center of Greater Danbury.
She has a master’s degree in public policy from Teachers College Columbia University and a bachelors degree in political science and Spanish, language, culture and literature from Syracuse University.
The 2012 recipient of the 2012 Audrey Nelson Community Development Achievement Award, given by the National Community Development Association, she served on the Danbury Main Street Revitalization Partnership Commission.