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USF Grads Join University Area Community Development Corporation

The two newcomers bring diverse backgrounds, passion and expertise to the nonprofit.


From the University Area Community Development Corporation:

The University Area Community Development Corporation Inc. (UACDC) has greatly benefited from the hiring of graduates from its closest neighbor and partner, the . Its two newest hires are USF grads Cesar Hernandez and Carla Miller.

Hernandez will serve as community engagement coordinator and Millar will serve as a grant writer. Both will help the nonprofit, which seeks to impact the blighted community located just west of the USF main campus.

Hernandez earned a bachelor’s degree while serving as president of the USF Student Government Association (SGA), and Millar received a master’s degree in public health.

“Cesar and Carla bring knowledge, enthusiasm and a fresh perspective to help the people of the University area community,” said Dan Jurman, executive director and CEO. “They both have strong ties to the University of South Florida, a critical partner for the future of our community, and share our optimism about our future and the drive to ‘make it happen’ for local residents and businesses.”

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