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Idalia Flores Guzmán

Director of Programs Administration

(312) 332-7360

Idalia Flores Guzmán is the Director of Programs Administration at ICIRR. She works with the New Americans Initiative (NAI), the Immigrant Family Resource Program (IFRP), and, most recently, the Southern Border Arrivals Program (SBA). Ms. Flores is responsible for program implementation, monitoring, and reporting. An important part of her role is providing training to subgrantee organizations.

Ms. Flores is from Zacatecas, Mexico. She immigrated to the United States when she was 11 years old. As an immigrant herself, she took an interest in immigrant rights organizing when she was a high school student through volunteering with the Brighton Park neighborhood council.

Ms. Flores has over 13 years of work experience and a demonstrated history of working in the management industry of non-profit organizations. In 2017, Ms. Flores received the Peggy A. Montes Unsung Heroines Award for the 7th District for her work with the Brighton Park Neighborhood Council (BPNC) and her volunteerism in the 7th District. Ms. Flores has a passion for volunteering and helping her community. She currently volunteers as the Kelly Park Advisory Council (KPAC) president in the Brighton Park Neighborhood. She works in partnership with local organizations, public officials, and the Chicago Park District to ensure that Kelly Park receives the resources necessary to provide programs to the community.

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