University of Phoenix executive dean named to Arizona Los D-backs Ambassadors Council

University of Phoenix executive dean named to Arizona Los D-backs Ambassadors Council
University of Phoenix executive dean named to Arizona Los D-backs Ambassadors Council
The Arizona Diamondbacks recently named University of Phoenix College of Information Systems and Technology Executive Dean Dennis Bonilla to the Arizona Los D-backs Ambassadors Council, which helps the team enhance its relations with the local Hispanic community.
 
“For over 10 years the Arizona Diamondbacks have relied on the Los D-backs Ambassadors Council for their valuable input and opinions regarding projects and initiatives impacting the Hispanic community,” Arizona Diamondbacks Hispanic Marketing Manager Jerry Romo said. “Having Dennis as a member of this hand-picked group of community leaders will only enhance the council’s dynamics. His experience, energy and commitment to the Hispanic community will be a valuable asset to the group and our entire organization.”
 
Bonilla also sits on the Arizona Hispanic Chamber of Commerce board of directors. His appointment to prominent positions in Arizona furthers the university’s commitment to engage Hispanic communities, both within the state and throughout the country.
 
“This appointment is another testament to the university’s involvement and overall mission to create, develop and implement services, programs and initiatives that promote cross-cultural understanding and appreciation of diversity,” University of Phoenix Dean of Multicultural Affairs and Diversity Dr. Angie Williams said. “Throughout our history, we have worked to provide underserved populations with access to higher education, and Dennis continues to demonstrate the visible leadership that supports the University’s commitment to being a diverse and inclusive learning environment.”

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