Posted September 22, 20239:00 am
This initiative was created in 2020 to elevate the profile of the Hispanic/Latino/Latinx professional community of Greater Cleveland by creating a platform for greater visibility, professional and leadership development, and civic engagement opportunities for professionals that self-identify as Hispanic, Latino/a/e/x.
To learn more and view the full cohort list, visit: 2023- Who are the 100+ Latinos? | AmMore Consulting. A celebration to honor Latino leadership and celebrate the 2023 cohort will be held October 27 at Stillwater Place at the Cleveland Metroparks Zoo, click here to learn more about the event.
Krystle joined Legal Aid in 2020, and previously served as an administrator in the Cleveland Metropolitan School District and at Kent State University Upward Bound Programs. She currently serves on the board of directors of the Cleveland Kids’ Book Bank, a nonprofit that aims to foster literacy and a love of reading by distributing free books to children in need.
Krystle obtained her undergraduate degree from John Carroll University, her law degree from Cleveland State University College of Law, and her master's degree in Higher Education and Student Personnel from Kent State University.