Hector Cordero-Guzmán, a professor at the Marxe School of Public and International Affairs, has taught courses in statistics and social science research methods; urban demographic, economic, and fiscal change; non-profit management; grant writing and organizational development; race and ethnicity; and migration processes and policies.
He is available to comment on:
— immigrant and minority group issues
— immigrant and minority business ownership
— community-based organizations (CBOs), non-profits and philantrhopy
— labor market, employment, workforce and labor issues
— poverty and socio-economic inequality
— Social movements
— social science research methods
Cordero-Guzmán has published a number of academic articles and is currently working on a book manuscript on the role of CBOs in the socio-politic-economic adaptation and incorporation of immigrants. In 2006, Mayor Bloomberg appointed Cordero-Guzmán to the Temporary Commission on Day Laborer Job Centers.
He has also served on the Board of Directors of several important non-profits, including ACCION-New York, the largest micro-lending organization in the country, and the Community Service Society of New York, one of the oldest and largest anti-poverty groups in the country, and served a full term on the Board of the Upper Manhattan Empowerment Zone.
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