Meet the Board
Get to know the board of the DHCFL
Noemi joined the campaign for President Obama in 2012 and soon realized a tremendous need for more Hispanic / Latino outreach.
She discovered there were many obstacles for Hispanic voters, who were disengaged and not participating in the democratic process. She made it her mission through outreach to register and mobilize these voters to ensure they recognized the power of their voices to impact their communities.
Originally from Peru, Cramer Verde, from a young age supported his dad, a city councilman and business owner, working with organizations and supporting his hometown.
Cramer went to San Ignacio Loyola University for a degree in Marketing and Business Administration. While in school he worked with the Vice President of Peru with a nonprofit organization, providing educational and medical material to kids in the cities in most need.
In his professional career, he worked with the Small Business Administration of Peru, Microsoft, Bank of America, and many others. Cramer is an entrepreneur, currently the owner of Casa Verde Real Estate, and a marketing-political consultant company.
Cramer moved to Sarasota, Florida in 2003, and quickly understood the dire need of changing immigration policies and other issues needing work. He is always looking at different ways to support and defend his community of any threats or harm.
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Born in Puerto Rico, Marcie moved to Miami in 2006 before relocating to Gainesville in March 2016. A mom of two boys, she has been married since 2008. She is a marketing and public relations executive with over 15 years of experience in multinational companies. She is an independent marketing & public relations executive with clients all over the US and Latin America.
In 2017 Marcie joined the Alachua County Executive Committee as Precinct Captain, she was elected in 2018 as State Committeewoman for Alachua County becoming the first Latina to be elected as part of the Executive Board. Marcie started and was elected President of the local Democratic Hispanic Caucus of Florida Alachua County Chapter leading efforts to organize and mobilize Latinos during election season. She has also served as the DHCF Regional Representative for North/Central Florida.
Kristina Perez Renteria
Kristina Renteria is a Certified Public Accountant in the State of Florida with extensive corporate experience in healthcare, education, and technology determined to be a voice for the Hispanic communities.
Kristina came to Florida 35 years ago from Spain and currently lives in Seminole County where she is the President of the Democratic Hispanic Caucus of Florida Seminole County chapter.
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