Ronald Blackburn-Moreno

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President and CEO
ASPIRA Association Inc.
Washington, DC
Under Mr. Blackburn-Moreno, ASPIRA has opened more than 20 Community Technology Centers across the country, providing Internet access to thousands of Latinos in low-income areas. The organization is plans to eventually have 40 centers, with more than 1,000 Internet-connected computers. ASPIRA, a national youth organization, provides information on educational opportunities, policies and model programs. He has helped shape federal education legislation, most recently the Higher Education Act, which will increase access to college, make higher education more affordable, and improve teacher quality.
Ronald Blackburn-Moreno
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