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Josh Guillory names Carlos Harvin as Chief of Minority Affairs

Newly-created role will serve as liaison with community
Posted at 9:16 PM, Jan 17, 2020

Lafayette Mayor-President Josh Guillory has announced that Carlos Harvin will join his administration in the newly-created role of Chief of Minority Affairs.

"Carlos brings an exciting dynamic to our Administration," said Mayor-President Guillory. "Carlos will serve as the liaison for minority affairs issues on a day-to-day basis as we listen carefully to the concerns of community stakeholders." Guillory said. "His unique perspective and relationships will be invaluable to ensuring we treat all of our citizens fairly. With his help, my Administration will advance our inclusion efforts in a robust and timely manner," Guillory concluded.

Harvin expressed his enthusiasm for serving as LCG's first-ever Chief of Minority Affairs.

"I am honored and excited to join the Guillory Administration as the new Chief of Minority Affairs. I appreciate this opportunity to work closely with Mayor-President Guillory to the benefit of all our people. My years of experience as a Pastor, Business Developer and Non-Profit Executive will help me in my role of bringing people, business and the non-profit community together."