José F. Oliva

José F. Oliva is a Fellow with the Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation. He also serves in Governor Cooper’s Advisory Council on Hispanic/Latino Affairs. José moved from Guatemala to Greensboro in 2011 where he attended Doris Henderson Newcomers School and Greensboro College Middle College. He received his undergraduate degree in political science and economics from Guilford College.

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