Dr. Raúl Font began serving as the Latino Community Development Agency (LCDA) President in April 2015. Dr. Font bears the responsibility for implementing policies, assuming full control of all agency operations , supervising all employees – classified and unclassified – as well as overseeing all community development programs. Hence, his role can be described in terms of the three major roles incorporated into this position: chief Board advisor, executive officer and agency leader. Prior to joining LCDA, Dr. Font served as the Assistant Superintendent for Instruction/External Resources with Santa Fe South Schools, Inc. (SFS) – an extremely successful Charter School in Southside Oklahoma City serving a high concentration of Hispanic families. Dr. Font leaves the education field after 41 years of service. He has taught all grades from first grade to doctorial-level courses in multiple states. He has held every education positions other than Superintendent throughout his tenure. Dr. Font holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree in English from the University of Mayaguez, Puerto Rico; a Master’s Degree in Bilingual Education/English as a Second Language from Central State University, Edmond, Oklahoma; and a Doctoral Degree in Education Administration, Curriculum and Supervision from The University of Oklahoma, Norman, Oklahoma. Dr. Raúl Font welcomes the opportunity to work with the Honorable LCDA Board of Directors, competent LCDA staff, partners, financial supporters, and community volunteers to enrich the mental and physical health as well as social well-being of the community.