Anglada joins ChesMRC board
EASTON — The Chesapeake Multicultural Resource Center has appointed Jay Anglada to its board of directors.
“We are thrilled to have Jay join the board,” said Robert Etgen, president of the ChesMRC board. “His experience and knowledge of finance and strategic management is integral to furthering the ChesMRC’s capacity as the organization is continuing to expand, and we are extremely excited to bring his expertise to our organization.”
Anglada and his wife Judy currently live parttime in Easton and the rest of the year in Florida. He brings decades of experience in finance and accounting management. He was a career banker and served as an executive vice president of three large banks in the Northeast. He has an accounting degree from Lehigh and an MBA in finance from the Wharton School.
After retirement, Anglada formed a small financial consulting business. He will be instrumental in assisting ChesMRC with capacity-building financial management and strategic planning.
Anglada also is moderately skilled in Spanish and will be helping in ChesMRC’s high school instruction support program. A few years ago, he was a leader in the Unitarian Universalist Church’s participation in migrant ministry at several Caroline County farms.
Founded in November
2012, the Chesapeake Multicultural Resource Center empowers people from different cultures to become successful and engaged members of the community by coordinating educational and informational programs.
Since its inception, ChesMRC has provided services to more than
3,000 non-English speakers in Talbot and surrounding counties, involving over 6,000 separate requests for information and referral. For more information, visit www. chesmrc.org.
The Chesapeake Multicultural Resource Center, Inc. has been designated as a tax- exempt organization under section 501(c)
(3, and a public charity under Section 170(b)(1) (A)(vi) of the Internal Revenue Code.
The Chesapeake Multicultural Resource Center recently appointed Jay Anglada to its board of directors.