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 CHSA Press Release: Mr. Raul Alvillar confirmed for Lideres Series



Mr. Raul Alvillar, National Political Director of the Democratic National Committee, is confirmed for CHSA’s Lideres Series


WASHINGTON, June 17 — CHSA is proud to announce that Raul M. Alvillar is confirmed to attend our next Lideres Session on July 2, 2014.  Mr. Alvillar is currently the National Political Director at the Democratic National Committee (DNC).


Previously, Raul served as the Senior Advisor to Secretary Shaun Donovan in the Office of Public Engagement and Public Affairs in the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) where he advised senior officials on a daily bases regarding issues related to housing, Sustainable Communities and Promise Zones.  Raul has over two decades of professional experience in external affairs, strategic planning, community relations and political affairs.


Prior to his position at HUD, Raul was Associate Director at the Office of Public Engagement for the White House Office of the Vice President, where he was the liaison between the White House and tastemakers in Washington D.C. This role also included facilitating White House interactions with senior policy influencers with the goal that they would articulate the President’s message to mass audiences.


Raul has been with President Obama since 2007 in a variety of different roles.  His professional path included serving as Deputy National Political Director at Senator John Kerry’s Keeping America’s Promise PAC as well as Political Director and Regional Field Director on the John Kerry 2004 Presidential campaign.


Date: Wednesday, July 02, 2014
Time: 12 noon- 1 p.m.
Location: Senate Dirksen Building- Room G11



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The Congressional Hispanic Staff Association (CHSA) is an official, non-partisan, bicameral Congressional Staff Organization, recognized by the Committee on House Administration, whose mission is to recruit, retain, and advance Hispanic staffers in the U.S. Senate and U.S. House of Representatives.