Mayor of Buffalo Recognizes EOP Counselor for Contributions

Posted by CPMC Staff on November 22, 2013 in Staff Highlights

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Marcelina (Marce) Rodriguez-Rondon was honored for her work in the field of Education and numerous contributions to the Latino Community at the City of Buffalo’s Hispanic Heritage Month Celebration. Every year, Mayor Brown highlights the contributions made by members of the Hispanic community in various fields, and this year he recognized those in the field of education.

Marce serves as a Senior Counselor in the Arthur O. Eve Educational Opportunity Program, and she is facilitator of the Student Parents Group for the Cora P. Maloney College. She is actively involved in the Buffalo community through her participation in the El Museo Francisco Oller Y Diego Rivera, Western Arts Group, Hispanic Women’s League Scholarship Committee, New East and West Health Task Force, and Holy Cross Church.

The celebration took place October 15, 2013, at noon in the Lobby of City Hall. Other honorees with a connection to the Cora P. Maloney College include former EOP Counselor Elsie Estrada Pacheco, now retired, and former EOP student Daniel C. Velez, who currently serves as the Associate Vice President for Student Success at Buffalo State College.