Posted by: PRSSA | June 2, 2010

President Eduardo Soto Announces New Appointments to the Cabinet

PRSSA President Eduardo Soto has appointed three new individuals for the positions of Executive Director, Communications Director and Political Director of the Puerto Rico Statehood Students Association, Inc. (PRSSA).

Effective immediately, Fernando Sepúlveda will serve as Executive Director. Sepúlveda, a medicine student at the University of Puerto Rico – Medical Sciences Campus has served in  the PRSSA as Puerto Rico State Director, and as President of the PRSSA UPR Medical Sciences Campus Chapter.

Gerardo Cruz, an accounting and finance student at the University of Puerto Rico – Mayaguez Campus will now serve as the Communications Director. Cruz has been an active member of the PRSSA, participating in the lobbying efforts in favor of HR 2499, the Puerto Rico Democracy Act.

Roberto González, also joins the Cabinet, as Political Director for the association. González is a founding member of the PRSSA, and served as the Puerto Rico State Director of the organization during 2008. He is a student from the University of the Sacred Heart and has been actively involved in the New Progressive Party.

The new team will begin their functions immediately joining the National Board in our efforts to promote statehood for Puerto Rico.


Responses

  1. Gerardo Cruz not is the Communications Director of the ” Juventud Popular Universitaria” in University of Puerto Rico and Mayaguez, and participating in the radio program of Angel Rosa, in favor of the actual Commonwealth?


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