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Elect Elmer Eubanks-Archbold State Rep Fitchburg, Lunenburg B

About Elmer

About Elmer

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About Elmer

Currently Elmer is Professor of Business at Mount Wachusett Community College Serving on the Leadership Team and Assembly Chair

Past Work:

Bilingual Education Teacher South High School
Adjunct Professor Anna Maria College and Atlantic Union College

Director After School Program; John S. Laws Institute

Executive Director Centro Las Americas
Deputy Director Fannie Mae
Vice President Citibank
Chair Urban Initiative Fund: bringing funding to local communities
Executive Director Centro Las Americas
Executive Director BACYOU div of Nuestra CDC
Affordable Housing Developer

Tax Credit Financing
Small Business Owner
Member Economic Assistance Coordinating Council (Tax Credit)
Elections Commissioner
Rotary International
Deveroux Foundation Board Member
Boys and Girls Club of Worcester
Anna Maria College Mission Statement Award for community service.
Worcester Art Museum Board
Family Service of Central MA Board
Worcester State University Board of Trustees
Worcester:City Managers Community Response Team Member
Army National Guard

 

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Mail: 499 Electric Ave. PMB 106 Fitchburg, MA 01420

978-627-1141

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Elmer is currently professor of business and economics at Mount Wachusett Community College and adjunct professor at Quinsigamond Community College, serving as chair of the assembly, and on the president's leadership team.

Elmer is also a management consultant focused on small business planning and non profit management.

Prior to this he was Vice President of Commercial Lending at Citibank prior to that he was the Sr. Deputy Director at Fannie Mae. He was the Executive Director of Boston Aging Concerns Young and Old United) a non-profit organization dedicated expanding affordable housing opportunities, creating inter-generational communities, and developing innovative models of housing.

At Neighborhood Reinvestment Co. he was a Management Consultant and specialized in organizational and economic development, developing human resource capacity among the organizations; personnel policies and procedures, job descriptions and assisting organizations with transitions and growth issues related to staffing and change.

As Executive Director of Centro Las Americas (CENTRO) , he fostered the growth and start-up of several Latino businesses and employment opportunities for low to moderate-income individuals. Worked on bringing funding for seniors and partnered with Meals on Wheels.

As an experienced bilingual and bicultural administrator Mr. Eubanks has in depth knowledge of economic and educational program development, strategic planning and marketing. A proven leader who combines expertise in business fundamentals and strategic planning with the entrepreneurial self-reliance and decisiveness gained while holding various educational and administrative positions.

Prior to working for Neighborhood Reinvestment and Centro Las Americas, Mr. Eubanks worked as the Director of the John Laws Institute in Worcester, where he developed relationships with area CEO’s to assist underprivileged youth in obtaining access to free tuition to area Universities.

Assistant Director for Enrollment Management for Atlantic Union College in Lancaster, where he was responsible for assisting minority students in obtaining a college education brining minority enrollment to over 6o percent. He has also been Adjunct Faculty at Atlantic Union College, Anna Maria College, and Quinsigamond Community College: teaching Marketing, New Business Development and Advertising.

He has served on several non-profit boards: Appointed to Worcester State College board of trustees by Gov. Swift. Family Services of Central Mass. – Personnel Committee, he is a member of Rotary International, Deveroux Foundation, Director, and the Boys and Girls Club of Worcester.

Mr. Eubanks was re-appointed by Governor Cellucci to the Urban Initiative Fund Advisory Committee serving as chairman until the fund merged in June 2004 A $3 Million dollar loan fund to support minority business development. Prior to which he was appointed by then Gov. Weld.

Mr. Eubanks has been the founder and has served in several other Boards: Main South CDC – Economic Development Committee – Director. He served on the Worcester City Managers Strategic Planning Committee as well as the Community Response Team and was a Corporator of the Worcester Art Museum until Dec. 1999.

Mr. Eubanks was a founder of the Worcester Hispanic Chamber of Commerce and the Worcester Minority Business Council- now the Business Inclusion Council, Trustee Worcester State College, Micro loan committee member at VEDC, CA. Mr. Eubanks was awarded the Anna Maria College Mission Statement Award for his service to the community.

Elmer  was appointed to the economic assistance coordinating council by Gov. Romney where he served and voted on tax credits that allowed business to locate to Massachusetts and provide jobs for the community.

 
 
 

 
 
 
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DATOS BIOGRÁFICOS DE ELMER EUBANKS

Oriundo de Costa Rica, El Sr. Eubanks actualmente ejerce el cargo de Profesor Asociado del Departamento Comercial y Manejo Estratégico en Mount Wachusett Community College donde enseña Economía, Mercadeo y Manejo Estratégico. Sirve en el Consejo presidencial, y dirige la Asamblea del colegio.

El Sr. Eubanks posee una extensa experiencia de liderazgo que incluye, pero no se limita a:

Vicepresidente de Préstamos Comerciales en Citibank donde trabajo estableciendo el banco en Massachusetts y en California.

Vicedirector de Fannie Mae cubriendo la región de nueva Inglaterra trabajando con las Housing Authority estableciendo programas de asistencia de vivienda.

Director Ejecutivo de Boston Aging Concerns Young and Old United, división de Nuestra Comunidad CDC una organización de no lucro dedicado a expandir las oportunidades de vivienda económica, creando comunidades intergeneracionales, y desarrollando modelos innovadores de vivienda.

Como Consultor de Gestiones, especializado en desarrollo organizacional y económico de la Compañía Neighborhood Reinvestment Co., (Neighborworks) desarrolló recursos humanos entre organizaciones miembros; planeamiento estratégico, pólizas y procedimientos de personal, descripción de trabajo y asistió con transición y crecimiento de asuntos relacionados con cambios ejecutivos y de manejo de organizaciones varios. Trabajando como consultor técnico y de administración a las agencias de desarrollo de vivienda.

Como director del Centro Las Américas, fomentó el inicio y crecimiento de varios negocios latinos y gestiono empleos para individuos de ingresos bajos a moderados. Estableciendo programas para inmigrantes ayudando con ciudadanía y TPS para salvadoreños, hondureños y nicaragüenses al igual que ayuda a varios refugiados de diversos países. Centro ayuda a la comunidad hispana con acceso a recursos de comida, vivienda y diversos programas para la comunidad.

Anteriormente, el Sr. Eubanks trabajó como el director del John Laws Institute en Worcester, donde desarrolló relaciones con ejecutivos del área y asistió a jóvenes menos privilegiados a obtener acceso a colegiatura gratis en las universidades locales.

Como director de Admisiones de Atlantic Union College, su responsabilidad mayor consistía en ayudar a minoritarios a obtener una educación superior aumentando el ingreso de minoritarios a un 60 por ciento.

El Sr. Eubanks ha sido Profesor en Nevada State College, Atlantic unión College, Anna María College y Quinsigamond Community College.

Sus actividades comunales y políticas incluyen su nombramiento por el gobernador Mitt Romney en el 2006 como director de póliza pública de Massachusetts Economic Assistance Coordinating Council.

Fue candidato a representante del estado en el 2000.

Comisionado Electoral de la ciudad de Worcester del 2004 al 2009; su nombramiento a la Junta directiva de Worcester State College por la gobernadora Jane Swift; su nombramiento por el gobernador Weld, y renombramiento por el gobernador Cellucci al Fondo Iniciativa Urbana (Urban Initiative Fund) donde sirvió como presidente hasta que se juntó a MassDevelopment. Sirvió como miembro del Comité de Planificación y Manejo Estratégico de la ciudad de Worcester como también en el grupo de Respuesta Comunitaria (Community Response Team).

Sus participaciones en otras funciones públicas incluyen:  ser miembro de varias juntas como Main South CDC – Economic Development Committee – director, Family Services of Central Mass., Deveroux Foundation, Big Brother Big Sister, Worcester Art Museum, Higgins Armory Museum, Las Vegas Junior Academy, Valley Economic Development Center.  Miembro fundador de la Cámara de Comercio Hispana de Worcester (Worcester Hispanic Chamber of Commerce) y el Worcester Business Inclusion Council.

Recibió el premio Anna Maria College Mission Statement Award por sus servicios a la comunidad.