Having become a Naturalized Citizen in the year 2000 meant that this came with an obligation to contribute and participate in making the country a safe place by volunteering my services to communities, participating in beautification projects to make central areas better and now I'm ready to provide my intelligence toward a better America.
what is your current, past or ideal job title?
Any intelligence and or education related career fields take problem solvers who are negotiators, innovators, and this is the offer I bring to civil / civic service.
what languages do you speak?
what countries have you lived in?
I lived in Mexicalli, BC, Mex for 6 years.
In France I lived 2 months.
In the United States I've lived the rest of the time...working in various states. I know every state in the Union. (That includes Hawaii and Alaska...I only have to get out to the various other small Islands that are part of the United States ie...American Samoa)
what's your Hispanic connection?
My family began working in the United States in the 1950's.
In the 70's my mother's family worked the entire operations of Exchange Linen Service. My uncle was the truck driver, my aunts washed and folded linen etc.)
where did you learn about nshp.org?
in a relationship
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