Roberto Adrian Fierro Elected To Hispanic Lobbyists Association Board of Directors
December 17, 2014 | D&P Creative Strategies
It is with great pleasure that we would like to congratulate D&P’s Senior Associate, Roberto Adrian Fierro, on his election to the Hispanic Lobbyist Association (HLA) Board.
Since its establishment in 2006, the HLA’s mission revolves around the promotion of Hispanics in the field of Government Relations. As the role of Hispanics in American politics and businesses continue to grow to record levels, the increased need for advocates to ensure awareness and proper understanding has proved crucial. The HLA focuses on providing mentoring opportunities for Hispanic youth and professionals, educating its members on the principles and techniques of government advocacy, and promoting communication, education, and bipartisanship.
Given his dual cultural and bilingual upbringing, Roberto is excited to support young Latinos and Latinas in their professional endeavors particularly in the field of advocacy. Roberto sees the need to bring young Latinos to the forefront of policy, where their voices can be heard and interests represented.
As a Senior Associate, Roberto represents our client’s interests on Capitol Hill, assists in the development of strategies and works with third party organizations on policy issues. Roberto works directly with Congressional offices to ensure effective constituent outreach and communication. His previous experience as the Azteca America Foundation International Affairs Fellow with the Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute fueled his commitment to foster more productive and positive relations between communities, organizations and leaders on both sides of the border.
We strongly believe that Roberto will bring relevant experience and a genuine passion that will support HLA in its mission to provide the Hispanic community with a greater visibility and stronger influence in our country’s affairs. Congratulations on behalf of D&P Creative Strategies on this achievement and on the many more to come.