Mizraim Cordero, intergovernmental relations manager for the City of Commerce City, was recently appointed to the Rangeview Library District Board of Trustees. His term expires Feb. 11, 2016.
“I am thrilled and humbled by the appointment to the Rangeview Library District Board of Trustees and am also grateful to the Adams County Commissioners for entrusting me in this capacity,” says Cordero. “Finally, I am filled with excitement to work with a group of committed board members and the greatest librarians in the world to make an already extraordinary library even better.”
In February 2008, Mizraim relocated his family to Colorado. He was administrator of Adams County Head Start under the Community & Economic Opportunity Department. Beginning January 2010, Mizraim began serving as the intergovernmental relations manager for the City of Commerce City. There he provides leadership and vision to Commerce City by developing, administering, reviewing and monitoring community relations procedures and programs; coordinating federal and state legislative issues and supervising the efforts to secure alternative funding through grants.
Cordero migrated with his parents to New York City in June of 1989 from Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic. Mizraim obtained his bachelor’s degree from Lehman College of the City University of New York with a concentration in social work and a minor in sociology. In May 1999, he graduated from NYU’s School of Social Work with a master’s degree in clinical social work as an advanced standing student.