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CHCI Alumni Association Dallas Chapter

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Meet the Dallas Chapter Alumni Board Members

President

Sasha Moreno

Sasha Moreno
Congressional Internship Program 2007
Sasha Monik Moreno is an associate attorney with Lira Bravo Law and focuses on family-based immigration and removal defense. Sasha is committed to serving her community and is actively involved in various organizations and professional associations.  Along with serving as the CHCI Alumni Association Dallas Chapter President, she is also a 2016-2017 fellow of the Latino Center for Leadership Development Academy and a member of the 2016-2017 Dallas Mayor’s Star Council. She is also a member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association, Dallas Bar Association, and Dallas Hispanic Bar Association.


Vice President:

Rafael Hurtado

Joe Carreón
Congressional Internship Program 2008
Joe Carreón is a staffer in the Office of the Provost at Southern Methodist University (SMU) in Dallas and is pursuing a law degree at SMU’s Dedman School of Law. Joe has replenished his study of law with experiences in various levels of government including the Dallas Mayor’s Office, the Office of the Colorado Governor, and the White House. A native Dallasite, Joe received his Bachelor of Arts degrees in Political Science and Spanish from SMU and a Master in Public Policy from the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard.


Secretary

Rosita Lopez

Alejandra Aguirre
Congressional Internship Program 2012
Alejandra Aguirre serves as a Government Affairs Consultant in the Dallas-Fort Worth area. She began her career in Washington, DC, where she served in a variety of critical capacities with both the Competitive Carriers Association, a wireless trade association, and CIT Group, a financial institution for middle market companies. She attended Southern Methodist University where she majored in Corporate Communications and Public Affairs and Human Rights.


Programs Coordinator

Cheye-Ann Corona

Ramon Hernandez
Congressional Internship Program 2015
Ramon Hernandez was born in Chihuahua, Mexico and immigrated to the United States with his family at the age of 15. After experiencing the struggles many immigrants face, he embarked on a mission to help others. Ramon is a senior at the University of Texas at Arlington, where he studies political science and criminal justice. He is currently a legal assistant at a law firm in DFW which lends its services to mostly immigrant communities.