Nancy Maldonado named CEO of Chicano Federation of San Diego County Personnel Announcements

Nancy Maldonado named CEO of Chicano Federation of San Diego County

The Chicano Federation of San Diego County has named Nancy Maldonado as it new chief executive officer. Maldonado will lead the organization in meeting the region's ever-increasing needs for quality child development programs, affordable housing, and additional comprehensive programs and services. 
Maldonado joined the Chicano Federation in 2017 as senior program director and was promoted to chief operating officer, and then to interim chief executive officer in 2018. Maldonado is a resident of Tierrasanta. 
Maldonado is a community advocate with deep knowledge of health and wellness, and has dedicated her career to improving health outcomes for youth and underserved communities. She has been recognized for designing, and leading the strategic development of community-based programs and interventions, and is an active member on several organizational committees and boards, including the California Alternative Payment Program Association Public Policy Committee and the San Diego County Child Care and Development Planning Council.
Prior to joining the Chicano Federation, Maldonado served as the director of community health for the American Heart Association and American Stroke Association. She previously owned and operated her own business where she developed and implemented corporate wellness programs.
Maldonado succeeds Ray Uzeta, who previously served as the organization's CEO.

Amanda Rogers