Martin Castro

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CEO
Mexican American Opportunity Fund

Mr. Castro oversees the operation of the nationís largest Hispanic-serving nonprofit organization, with more than 800 employees and a budget in excess of $50 million. His administrative duties include restructuring, reorganization, and program expansion at MAOFís 33 service locations. MAOF provides job development, childcare, and senior care services for about 75,000 people every year. Mr. Castro has been with the organization since 1978.
 
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