Congratulations to Yamilet Valladolid, the Director of Government and Community Affairs, for receiving the Cesar Chavez Legacy Award presented by the Latino Community Roundtable, a local non-profit organization. This prestigious award recognizes the exceptional contributions made by individuals in the Latino community, and it is presented by the non-profit organization, Latino Community Roundtable.For several years, Yamilet has devoted her spare time to creating opportunities and connecting Latinos with resources in her community.
Her outstanding contributions and achievements have earned recognition from several elected officials, such as US Congressman John Duarte, CA Senator Marie Alvarado-Gil, CA Assemblyman Juan Alanis, Stanislaus County Board of Supervisor Channce Condit, Modesto Mayor Sue Zwahlen, and all the Modesto City Council Members.During her acceptance speech, Yamilet expressed her gratitude and dedicated the award to all the mentors who share their wisdom with up-and-coming Latino leaders in their community. She emphasized the importance of mentorship and how it plays a crucial role in shaping the future of the Latino community.Yamilet’s accomplishments have made her a role model for the Latino community. Her efforts have inspired many young Latinos to become leaders in their respective communities.