Frank J. Aguilar
Born in Chicago Illinois, November 26, 1960 of Mexican parents from San Luis Potosi Mexico. Graduated from Gordon Tech High School, earned a B.A. in Philosophy from Loyola University, studied studio painting and art history at the Art Institute of Chicago and later completed a Master’s Degree in Public Administration from Roosevelt University. He is currently at DePaul University working towards a Ph.D in philosophy.
Throughout his professional career Mr. Aguilar has been in public and community service. After he graduated collage he worked as a union agent and labor organizer for the Allied Production Workers Union, AFL-CIO supporting the Chicano Labor Movement. Later in his career he was appointed as the Executive Director of the Little Village Chamber of Commerce. In 2002-2005 he served in the Illiinois General Assembly, and currently working in the Town of Cicero as the Director of Community Affairs. Mr. Aguilar also taught college classes as a professor at Morton College and St. Augustine College. He now serves as a Trustee on the Morton College Board, the Board of Governors of the Cicero Community Chest, Junior Achievement volunteer, and the Board of Directors of the Cicero Mexican Cultural Committee, a community organization he founded in 2006.
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